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Correctional service regional deputy commissioner named United Way campaign chairman

In the News | Kingston Whig-Standard To Mike Ryan, the United Way has always represented hope. The current regional deputy commissioner for Correction Read More

Mike Ryan steps up to lead 2015 United Way Campaign

News Release Regional Deputy Commissioner of Correctional Service Canada is 74th Chair The United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington i Read More

Grade 7 student wins volunteer award

In the News | Kingston Whig-Standard When all of the volunteers being recognized at Tuesday evening’s Volunteers Grow Community awards night in Memo Read More

Successful and Popular United Way Next Gen Sociable Returns May 17

News Release United Way Next Gen invites you to celebrate good times at the popular Next Gen Sociable on Sunday, May 17, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Read More

Volunteers Contribute to the Community

KFL&A is full of incredible volunteers: hockey coaches who spend countless hours per week training teams, helping youth of various backgrounds,  Read More

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Correctional service regional deputy commissioner named United Way campaign chairman

In the News | Kingston Whig-Standard To Mike Ryan, the United Way has always represented hope. The current regional deputy commissioner for Correctional Service Canada’s Ontario region has known a few people who have benefited from the agency, most of them down on their luck for one reason or another. “It is about giving hope… Read More

Mike Ryan steps up to lead 2015 United Way Campaign

News Release Regional Deputy Commissioner of Correctional Service Canada is 74th Chair The United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington is pleased to announce Mike Ryan, Regional Deputy Commissioner, Ontario Region, Correctional Service Canada, will chair the organization’s annual campaign this fall. The announcement was made at United Way’s annual Workplace Volunteer Award Luncheon,… Read More

Grade 7 student wins volunteer award

In the News | Kingston Whig-Standard When all of the volunteers being recognized at Tuesday evening’s Volunteers Grow Community awards night in Memorial Hall walked up to receive their well-deserved recognition, likely only one was picturing the audience in their underwear. That was a trick Sadie Augustyn picked up from her mother to help her… Read More

Successful and Popular United Way Next Gen Sociable Returns May 17

News Release United Way Next Gen invites you to celebrate good times at the popular Next Gen Sociable on Sunday, May 17, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Four Points By Sheraton Kingston. Guests can sample specialty beer and whisky from around the globe while enjoying live entertainment This year some of your… Read More

Volunteers Contribute to the Community

KFL&A is full of incredible volunteers: hockey coaches who spend countless hours per week training teams, helping youth of various backgrounds,  seniors who reach out to all ages in their low-income neighbourhood, volunteers who help others with visual impairment keep their independence; a steadfast group who give their time, year after year, as coaches and… Read More

Celebrate Volunteerism in your Community

From April 12 to 18, we celebrate Canada’s 13 million volunteers during National Volunteer Week. This week-long celebration of volunteerism is a time for communities to pause, thank and recognize their volunteers. This year marks the 12th year Volunteer Canada has delivered the National Volunteer Week campaign in partnership with Investors Group, a longstanding supporter… Read More

Kingston students ready to take challenge

In the News | The Kingston Whig Standard The numbers just keep on growing. Back in 2008, just under 275 high school students donated 1,251 hours of their time to benefit their communities across the province in the first Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge. Under the annual Change The World challenge, students aged 14 to 18… Read More

2015 ‘Volunteers Grow Community’ Award Recipients Announced

News Release Volunteer Centre to Mark National Volunteer Week with Special Awards Reception Local volunteers will get the chance to take a well-deserved bow when the United Way Volunteer Centre hands out seven ‘Volunteers Grow Community’ awards, including a special youth award.  These awards will be given out at a Volunteer Week Celebration on Tuesday,… Read More

Focus on Volunteerism during National Volunteer Week

News Release United Way Volunteer Centre encourages organizations to celebrate volunteers United Way Volunteer Centre will celebrate Canada’s 13.3 million volunteers during Volunteer Canada’s National Volunteer Week from April 12 to 18. During this week-long celebration of volunteerism, communities pause to thank and recognize their volunteers.  To help mark National Volunteer Week, the United Way… Read More

LDS Workshop focuses on Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members

United Way KFLA Leadership Development Services will be offering an introductory workshop on the Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members on Thursday, April 9, at 5 pm at Rideaucrest Conference Room BC, 175 Rideau Street. This is part of a series of public workshops that are designed for non-profit board members, staff and volunteers to develop the skills… Read More