Coats for Community drive provides warmth to community this winter
NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: Coats for Community drive provides warmth to community this winter United Way KFL&A’s third annual coat drive runs Oct 24-Nov 6 ... Read more
United Way of KFL&A would like to acknowledge this traditional territory’s longer existence and its significance for the Indigenous people who lived and continue to live on Turtle Island.
We are situated on traditional Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat land. There are Métis and other non-status First People from many Indigenous Nations present in our community today. This acknowledgement symbolizes the United Way KFL&A’s first step, of many, along this path toward Indigenous reconciliation, in a respectful manner.