Coldest Night of the Year

On February 26, our enthusiastic Avodah team will again be participating in the Coldest Night of the Year walk to raise money in support of Our Place, dedicated to serving vulnerable people in Victoria experiencing homelessness, hurt, and hunger . 

If you  wish to support this important Avodah initiative, please go to the Coldest Night of the Year website where you can donate to the Avodah team. Avodah is especially happy to let you know that in celebration of our beloved Annette Wigod’s recent 95th birthday, her daughter, Eve Abrams, will be walking with the Avodah team. Your sponsorship of Eve would be a wonderful way to honour Annette, a longtime active and dedicated member of Avodah. 

You are welcome to contact Penny:  if you would like any further information.

Summary of event details

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One thought on “Coldest Night of the Year”

  1. Avoda’s conscienscious labour of care (CLC) is remarkable. At the same time, is it not similar to putting a finger in the dike? Shouldn’t the City/Province be doing more, much more, toward systemic solutions of hunger, homelessness, and ailments in our midst, while Avoda continues with its (CLC) ?

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