Hi All,

The Coldest Night of the Year event is a week away today! It might be cold out there but its warm in here!  We have 20 kids and their brave parents joining us… including three staff members! Way to go BCA!

Want to walk with – sign up soon!

If you can’t join us, consider donating to https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?teamID=889817#&panel1-1

Thanks all! Good luck BCA!

Mrs. C.


Dear BCA Families,

Our Students and Staff continue to strive to help those in need in our community. Together we will be walking in the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY), a nationwide walk-a-thon with tens of thousands of Canadians who step outside the warmth and comfort of home and shine a light of welcome and inclusion.

We will walk through the cold and dark on February 22nd, 2020 to show our concern for people whose days are a battle to house and feed their children and for those driven from home by violence and abuse. We walk humbly, realizing that anyone can lose their footing. We walk to be a light for those in need as each step brings someone closer to safety, health and home. Together we can raise funds for organizations like OPEN DOORS whose commitment and work transforms peoples’ lives.

CNOY Burlington host location is OPEN DOORS @ St. Christopher’s. Open Doors is a one stop shop community hub that consists of 15 community-based programs that ARE open to everyone in Burlington Ontario. We provide food, education, clothing, child and youth programming, parenting groups, respite support, mental health walk-in counselling, Community Health Nursing support, Employment Counselling, and the Ontario Energy Support Program. Our community can come to one location to get a variety of needs met. OPEN DOORS is a volunteer driven organization that has been operating for over 16 years and currently serves OVER 2000 people monthly.

JOIN US!

Please walk with us and support our neighbours in the Burlington Community.

Staff, students and BCA Families are all welcome!

Click here for more information.

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