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The Community Foundation for Kingston & Area celebrates 25 years. Learn about the positive impact the Foundation has had on the Kingston community.
United Way Day of Caring is a community-wide KFL&A event that demonstrates the power of volunteering. Hundreds of local volunteers from a wide range of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington workplaces will spend the day giving back to our community.
Robinson Community Garden is two acres of donated farmland - seeded, tended, worked and harvested by volunteers to provide our Community Partners with healthy, nutritious food to distribute to those in need in the Kingston area.
Recognizing the immediate need of those most vulnerable during the emergency COVID-19 period of isolation, the four Rotary Clubs in Kingston came together to focus on the immediate needs of the Kingston Community and to aid those most vulnerable during the COVID-19 isolation period.
Loving Hands provides support to Kingston's vulnerable population, especially during the pandemic.
Kingston public teacher Leslie Jolliffe describes how things have changed for her and her students since the pandemic lockdown began several weeks ago.
United Way KFL&A and Community Foundation for Kingston & Area are accepting applications for Emergency Community Support Fund. The fund provides financial support to charities and other qualified donees adapting their frontline services to support vulnerable Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic.Kingston
Forged in Fire is a collaborative project between the Kingston Marine Museum and RMC museum exploring the maritime contributions of Kingston and area to the Second World War. But, they need your help to tell the story and are looking to speak with naval veterans of the Second World War and their descendants to help capture and share the story of Kingston and the Area’s community contributions to the war effort. This could include anecdotes, letters, photographs and/or any other artefacts that might be relevant. They are particularly interested in the stories of those who served aboard Kingston-built ships.
Virtual Cheers, To Your Health! is a region-wide fundraiser to help support Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) and Providence Care organized by the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation (UHKF).