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Parenting Tips and Success by 6

Family Fun in Kingston The first six years of your child’s life are the most important and with Success by 6 bringing over 11o free family-friendly events to Kingston and area next week, we encourage you to Take the time, make the moments matter™.  Once again there are fun activities for children 0 – 6 years,… Read More

Ontario Volunteer Service Awards Ceremony

United Way KFL&A recognizes long-term volunteer service Every year, the Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade offers local not-for-profit organizations the opportunity to recognize their volunteers for years of volunteer service. The Ontario Volunteer Service Awards recognize individuals for 5 to 60+ years of continuous volunteer service with an organization – youth are recognized… Read More

Chair set to ‘rally everybody’

Article courtesy of IAN MACALPINE at The Kingston Whig-Standard (Photo: Jonathan Ludlow) Fred Godbille, the director of DuPont Technology Centre in Kingston, has been named the 2018 United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington campaign chair. He was introduced at the United Way’s workplace volunteer awards luncheon on Tuesday at the Ramada Inn and Conference Centre…. Read More

Volunteers recognized by United Way

Article in the Kingston Whig-Standard courtesy of: IAN MACALPINE (Photo) JONATHAN LUDLOW United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington workplace volunteers, who usually have to wake up early to attend the local charity’s Kick Off or Touchdown breakfasts, were treated to a midday meal on Tuesday to thank them for their dedication to help… Read More

Fred Godbille announced as 2018 United Way Campaign Chair

Fred Godbille announced as 2018 United Way Campaign Chair United Way gears up for its 77th annual campaign The United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington is pleased to announce the appointment of Fred Godbille, Director of the DuPont Kingston Technology Centre, as their 2018 Campaign Chair. The announcement was made at United Way’s… Read More

2017 Workplace Volunteer Award Winners

Congratulations to our 2017 Workplace Volunteer Award Winners. We are very excited to celebrate your significant positive impacts on our community at the Workplace Volunteer Awards and Appreciation Luncheon on April 17, 2018. Download this complete list as a PDF here 2017 Award Winners Participation Awards PLATINUM Employee campaigns with a minimum of 90% participation & $100… Read More

Homeless in Kingston Ontario

Homeless in KFL&A – Stories from Youth This is a collection of stories from just a small group of youth who are homeless in Kingston and area. Sharing their journey is one way to communicate the impact of donations made by community members just like you. Allow us to introduce you to the following young people who… Read More

2018 Point In Time Homeless Count

Everyone Counts, 2018 Point in Time Homeless Count Local Volunteers Needed Kingston, ON Communities can better impact issues as complex as homelessness if they have accurate metrics to measure their effectiveness. In 2013, the City of Kingston coordinated Kingston’s first Point-in-Time (PiT) homeless count, as part of its work to develop a 10-year municipal housing and… Read More

Seedy Saturday and KASSI Cheque Presentation

On Seedy Saturday, March 10, 2018, United Way KFL&A volunteer Lesley Kelly presented the Kingston and Area Seed System Initiative with a cheque from the City of Kingston and United Way Community Investment Fund for $14,250. Accepting the cheque on stage was Kathy Rothermel. The Kingston and Area Seed System Initiative’s (KASSI) mission is to… Read More

Next Gen Masquerade Party

Next Gen Masquerade Party in Kingston Saturday night was quite the party! Another sold out Next Gen Masquerade Party saw 230+ masked dancing/drinking/eating party goers letting loose in the beautiful Renaissance Event Venue. Great fun was had all while raising the largest total ever, over $9,500 for the United Way KFL&A. There were dazzling masks, inspired fashion… Read More