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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 Thursd Read More

United Way encourages KFL&A Youth to Volunteer to Change the World

News Release Local High School Students encouraged to participate in the Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge National Volunteer Week takes place from Ap Read More

Concert in Scarlets offers entertainment for everyone

In The News | The Kingston Whig-Standard The local United Way is hoping families decide to kick off March Break with an afternoon of music. The Concer Read More

Mayor Paterson Gets To Work On Youth Employment Strategy

In the News | The City of Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson, in collaboration with the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, is reachin Read More

Royal Military College Cadets to Play for United Way on March 14

News Release Tickets now on sale for annual RMC Concert in Scarlets Royal Military College of Canada cadets will take to the stage to share their tale Read More

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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

United Way encourages KFL&A Youth to Volunteer to Change the World

News Release Local High School Students encouraged to participate in the Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge National Volunteer Week takes place from April 12 to April 18 this year. As part of National Volunteer week, the United Way Volunteer Centre is challenging high school students throughout the region to volunteer for at least three hours over… Read More

Concert in Scarlets offers entertainment for everyone

In The News | The Kingston Whig-Standard The local United Way is hoping families decide to kick off March Break with an afternoon of music. The Concert in Scarlets is an annual spring concert performed by the band of the Royal Military College. The show features: brass and reeds, a stage band, pipes and drums,… Read More

Mayor Paterson Gets To Work On Youth Employment Strategy

In the News | The City of Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson, in collaboration with the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, is reaching out to Kingston youth through a series of focus groups to develop a City of Kingston youth employment strategy. “One of the priorities in my first 100 days was to… Read More

Royal Military College Cadets to Play for United Way on March 14

News Release Tickets now on sale for annual RMC Concert in Scarlets Royal Military College of Canada cadets will take to the stage to share their talents during the college’s annual Concert in Scarlets on Saturday, March 14, at 2 p.m. Currie Hall located in the Currie Building at RMCC. Tickets are on sale now… Read More

Third Annual United Way Next Gen Masquerade has Record Attendance

Media Alert, February 24, 2015 Thanks to the hard work and support of the sponsors, participants, and the Next Gen volunteer committee, the third annual Next Gen Masquerade had a record number of attendees and raised over $5,700 to support the United Way KFLA. Next Gen Masquerade was held on February 21, 2015, at the Renaissance… Read More

‘Volunteers Grow Community’ Awards Nominations Due March 16

News Release Local Volunteer Centre Celebrates National Volunteer Week with Annual Awards The United Way KFLA Volunteer Centre has opened its call for nominations for the annual Volunteers Grow Community Awards. The awards recognize Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington residents who make a positive difference in our community by volunteering with a local not-for-profit. “We… Read More

February 11 is 211 Day across North America

To mark 211 Day, United Way KFLA and the 211 Ontario helpline are asking residents to make the right call if they want or need help. Call 2-1-1 for information on your community, social and health services, municipal and Local Health Integration Network funded services like housing, employment and mental health and addiction agencies. Call 911… Read More

United Way KFLA Annual Report receives prestigious Voluntary Sector Reporting Award

News Release The United Way KFLA is pleased to announce that their 2013 Annual Report has received the prestigious Voluntary Sector Reporting Awards (VSRAs) in the category of ‘Total revenues over $1 million to $10 million.’  As a three time winner, the United Way is now categorized an Exemplar for financial reporting transparency. The awards recognize… Read More

Union Gas and United Way Help KFL&A Residents Keep Warm

News Release Emergency Relief Provided to Low-Income Families Thanks to the annual Union Gas Winter Warmth program, families and individuals in Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington can receive emergency financial assistance to keep the heat on. Winter Warmth is designed to assist eligible low-income natural gas customers who have exhausted all other sources of financial… Read More