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Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington United Way campaign raises a record $3.5 million

In the News | The Kingston Whig-Standard November 28, 2014 There were plenty of methods United Way workplace campaigns used to beat the 2014 goal and Read More

United Way celebrates another successful campaign raising $3,504,000

In the News | Kingston Heritage November 28, 2014 The United Way KFL&A has done it again – on Nov. 28 the organization announced their 16th stra Read More

2014 United Way KFLA Campaign raises a record $3.5 Million

News Release November 28, 2014 United Way Campaign brings community together to support local needs KFL&A residents set their 16th straight fundra Read More

Empire Life steps right up to raise $250,000 for the United Way

In the News | Empire Life Empire Life employees are celebrating another successful United Way campaign this year raising more than $250,000 for Unite Read More

Making a difference through the United Way

In the News | Queen’s Gazette November 19, 2014 The Queen’s campaign for the United Way is nearly two-thirds of the way to its goal, with stud Read More

Get into the Holiday Spirit at the RMCC Christmas Concert on Friday

News Release  November 19, 2014 Officer Cadets start the Holiday Season off in support of United Way Royal Military College of Canada bands will pres Read More

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Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington United Way campaign raises a record $3.5 million

In the News | The Kingston Whig-Standard November 28, 2014 There were plenty of methods United Way workplace campaigns used to beat the 2014 goal and raise a total of $3,504,000. They held golf tournaments and weenie roasts, they threw pies into the mayor’s face and held curling bonspiels, they raffled off gift baskets and… Read More

United Way celebrates another successful campaign raising $3,504,000

In the News | Kingston Heritage November 28, 2014 The United Way KFL&A has done it again – on Nov. 28 the organization announced their 16th straight fundraising record, raising a total of $3,504,000 during the 11-week region-wide campaign. The funds raised represent a $50,000 increase over last year’s announced total of $3,453,725. The final… Read More

2014 United Way KFLA Campaign raises a record $3.5 Million

News Release November 28, 2014 United Way Campaign brings community together to support local needs KFL&A residents set their 16th straight fundraising record this year, raising $3,504,000. The 2014 Campaign Chair Carrie Batt, Vice President, Commercial Financial Services – Kingston/Quinte, RBC, made the announcement this morning in front of 500 volunteers at the 2014 Campaign Touchdown… Read More

Empire Life steps right up to raise $250,000 for the United Way

In the News | Empire Life Empire Life employees are celebrating another successful United Way campaign this year raising more than $250,000 for United Ways across Canada. The company matched all pledges and contributions, dollar for dollar. “We are amazed by our employees and retirees. Their enthusiasm, support and generosity are what make the campaign so… Read More

Making a difference through the United Way

In the News | Queen’s Gazette November 19, 2014 The Queen’s campaign for the United Way is nearly two-thirds of the way to its goal, with students, staff, faculty, and retirees contributing $230,000 so far. Queen’s goal is to raise $370,000 in support of the 50 local agencies funded by the United Way. “As the… Read More

Get into the Holiday Spirit at the RMCC Christmas Concert on Friday

News Release  November 19, 2014 Officer Cadets start the Holiday Season off in support of United Way Royal Military College of Canada bands will present their annual Christmas Concert on Friday, November 21, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cadet Formal Mess in Yeo Hall at the college. Tickets for this event are on sale… Read More

Campaign Touchdown Breakfast tickets on sale now

News Release November 14, 2014 Campaign Touchdown Breakfast tickets on sale now Two weeks till 2014 Campaign announcement event on November 28 Carrie Batt, 2014 United Way Campaign Chair, invites volunteers and supporters to join United Way for its annual Campaign Touchdown Breakfast on Friday, November 28, at the Ambassador Hotel and Conference Centre. Doors… Read More

Fashionable fundraising at Bayridge Secondary School

In the News | Kingston Heritage November 14, 2014 Looking fashionable and cool is important to most teenagers; at Bayridge Secondary School, looking fashionable while raising money for the United Way is even more important. For the past 21 years, the school has held an annual fashion and talent show, raising over $80,000 for United… Read More

Plan favours proactive approach over funding hikes

In the News | The Kingston Whig-Standard November 13, 2014 A community’s United Way is usually best known for supplying funding to its social agencies, ranging from women’s shelters to assistance for the hearing impaired. But a new report on youth homelessness from United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington represents a more proactive approach… Read More

Bayridge Secondary Students are Strutting Their Stuff for a Good Cause

In the News | CKWS Newswatch November 13, 2014 Bayridge Secondary Students are strutting their stuff for a good cause. The twenty-first annual fashion show began today. Students from grade nine to twelve sported brand new clothes from stores across Kingston. One-hundred percent of the proceeds raised through raffle tickets, concession and donations will go directly to… Read More