Coldest Night of the Year



The Moncton Miracles will once again be walking to support the Coldest Night of the Year event taking place in Moncton on February 25,2017.

Players and coaches will walk in support of Youth Impact Jeunesse which is a large charitable organization that has distinguished itself as a leader in the delivery of residential and community outreach services for homeless and at-risk youth across New Brunswick.

Currently it operates ten residential homes and treatment facilities in five different communities while offering eight community outreach programs within the Greater Moncton area. Proceeds raised as a result of your participation in Coldest Night of the Year will go to support solutions to youth homelessness offered through two different Youth Impact Jeunesse programs.

Youth QUEST Central is a multi-resource centre for youth aged 16–24. Youth have access to laundry and shower facilities, computer communications, academic upgrading, job-readiness training, clothing depot, information sessions, counselling, directional planning, and artistic and recreational programming. Transitional Housing assists young people struggling with homelessness by providing a safe place to live where they learn life skills and follow a customized plan that supports them in furthering their education and employment opportunities. The goal is to help youth succeed!

The Moncton Miracles participation in the Coldest Night helps the charity achieve their goal and give youth hope for the future. Here, the Miracles team receives their toques just before practice on January 18 at the Coliseum by Cathy Manuel with Youth Impact. You can support your Moncton Miracles by sponsoring the team or even your favourite player at RON WARD PHOTOGRAPHY

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