The Salvation Army Gateway of Hope hosts the annual Coldest Night of the Year Winter Walk event at the end of February every year. This 2, 5 or 10km walk [...]
The Salvation Army Gateway of Hope hosts the annual Coldest Night of the Year Winter Walk event at the end of February every year. This 2, 5 or 10km walk around Gateway of Hope and into the City and Township is to raise awareness of homelessness in the Langley area but to also raise money to fund the programs and services offered at the Gateway of Hope. In 2014, we raised just over $21,000 and in 2015 just over $25,000! It’ll be a great time to spend with your family, friends and peers but also serve your community in an active way.
We encourage local businesses and community organizations to get involved by making a team or joining us an official sponsor.
The Walk sign-in opens at 4pm on the Saturday and the walk begins at 5pm! Gateway’s famous Chili will be served with hot beverages to warm you up after the walk.
Gateway of Hope is always looking for volunteers to donate their time and energy to the work we do in the Langley and Aldergrove communities. Volunteers are part of the fabric that makes up The Salvation Army and Gateway of Hope and we depend on them to operate daily.