Independent Living Centre Kingston

Independent Living Centre Kingston Independent Living Centre Kingston provides information, resources and support for people with disabilities in Southeastern Ontario. The Centre offers a range of unique services to individuals with disabilities, their families and other organizations.
(5)

We are the region's key source for information, programming and change. Accessibility, disability-related accommodations, and Independent Living principles are essential.

We are the region's key source for information, programming and change. Accessibility, disability-related accommodations, and Independent Living principles are essential.

Operating as usual

Timeline Photos
06/28/2021

Timeline Photos

Need a place to escape the heat? The City has established Cool Down locations that allow for physical distancing. See what locations are open and when, below:

Central Branch Library, 130 Johnson St. Open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Housing & Social Services, 362 Montreal St. Open from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

If you see someone in distress, please call 9-1-1.
For more information, please visit:
https://www.cityofkingston.ca/resident/emergency-services/emergency-management/extreme-weather

Independent Living Canada
06/28/2021
Independent Living Canada

Independent Living Canada

Welcome to Independent Living Canada. Find out more about our organisation by visiting our website.

Timeline Photos
06/23/2021

Timeline Photos

The Accessible Drive to Vaccines program will drive people with disabilities, including seniors with mobility issues, to vaccination sites and back so they can get their shot and help stop the spread of #COVID19.

To be eligible for this service, you will need to:
• have a vaccine appointment booked for the date of transportation.
• be a person with a disability within the meaning of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.

If you have a caregiver or support person, they will also be able to accompany you on the accessible transportation through this initiative.

Learn more about the program and eligibility: https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/1000389/ontario-providing-accessible-rides-to-covid-19-vaccination-sites

#Accessibility #PWD

Ontario Community Support Association | Ontario Ministry of Health | Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care | Ontario Transportation | Ontario Government |
Ontario Community and Social Services | Ministry of Indigenous Affairs | Access 2 Accessibility | Surrey Place | Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities Program | Abilities Centre | Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) | Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority | Seniors for Seniors | AdvantAge Ontario

Check out the new website www.cgcgood.com to learn more about how gaming at Play Gaming & Entertainment helps charities ...
06/23/2021

Check out the new website www.cgcgood.com to learn more about how gaming at Play Gaming & Entertainment helps charities like us!

Image description: a woman and a young boy hugging with the text www.cgcg.com and the logo of the Charitable Gaming Association of Ontario that reads "Charitable Gaming. Community Good."

Check out the new website www.cgcgood.com to learn more about how gaming at Play Gaming & Entertainment helps charities like us!

Image description: a woman and a young boy hugging with the text www.cgcg.com and the logo of the Charitable Gaming Association of Ontario that reads "Charitable Gaming. Community Good."

Timeline Photos
06/23/2021

Timeline Photos

The Centre for Equitable Library Access - CELA is a public library service that provides books in alternate formats, including audio!

Learn more and register today: https://celalibrary.ca

#AudioBookMonth #AccessibilityMatters

Ontario Government | Ontario Ministry of Health | Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries | Ontario Ministry of Education | Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities | Paul Menton Centre - Carleton University | Ontario Library Service | Ontario Library Service - North | Library and Archives Canada

Would you like to make Kingston a more accessible and inclusive community? Independent Living Centre Kingston is looking...
06/16/2021

Would you like to make Kingston a more accessible and inclusive community? Independent Living Centre Kingston is looking for talented leaders like you for their Board of Directors.

Independent Living Centre Kingston is a consumer-controlled cross-disability resource centre and has been a part of the community since 1988. Join us as we develop the next phase of our strategic vision and add your voice to the future of inclusion.

We are looking for new board members with diverse backgrounds and a variety of skills in areas including human resources, law, and marketing. We strongly encourage people with lived experience of disability to apply.

Board meetings are monthly and held virtually. For more information and accommodations for any part of the recruitment process, please contact Laura Allen at [email protected] or by phone at 613-542-8353.

Would you like to make Kingston a more accessible and inclusive community? Independent Living Centre Kingston is looking for talented leaders like you for their Board of Directors.

Independent Living Centre Kingston is a consumer-controlled cross-disability resource centre and has been a part of the community since 1988. Join us as we develop the next phase of our strategic vision and add your voice to the future of inclusion.

We are looking for new board members with diverse backgrounds and a variety of skills in areas including human resources, law, and marketing. We strongly encourage people with lived experience of disability to apply.

Board meetings are monthly and held virtually. For more information and accommodations for any part of the recruitment process, please contact Laura Allen at [email protected] or by phone at 613-542-8353.

As we continue to celebrate National AccessAbility week, we are highlighting our Information and Referral Support Progra...
06/05/2021

As we continue to celebrate National AccessAbility week, we are highlighting our Information and Referral Support Program. This program provides people with disabilities and their families access to disability services and support in the community. Through one to one support, individuals receive assistance with a variety of needs. The young girl in the photo and her family have been working with our staff throughout the pandemic to navigate the new challenges of virtual school. Is there something you would like help with? Call us at 613-542-8353, message us here, or email us at [email protected].

#NationalAccessAbilityWeek #VirtualSchool

Image description: a young girl sits at a desk with a computer. She is smiling at the camera. White text on a blue background reads "This National AccessAbility Week I am celebrating Success at School". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

As we continue to celebrate National AccessAbility week, we are highlighting our Information and Referral Support Program. This program provides people with disabilities and their families access to disability services and support in the community. Through one to one support, individuals receive assistance with a variety of needs. The young girl in the photo and her family have been working with our staff throughout the pandemic to navigate the new challenges of virtual school. Is there something you would like help with? Call us at 613-542-8353, message us here, or email us at [email protected].

#NationalAccessAbilityWeek #VirtualSchool

Image description: a young girl sits at a desk with a computer. She is smiling at the camera. White text on a blue background reads "This National AccessAbility Week I am celebrating Success at School". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Timeline Photos
06/02/2021

Timeline Photos

We are profiling the recipients of the David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility.

Today we posthumously recognize Ian Parker from Toronto, who received the award in the Role Model category for his visionary work in establishing a program that delivers personal care for Ontarians with disabilities.

Learn more about Ian’s achievements and the rest of the recipients.
https://www.ontario.ca/f18a9

#AccessibilityMatters #inclusion #openforall

Today for National AccessAbility Week, we are celebrating the ways we are staying connected with our community throughou...
06/02/2021

Today for National AccessAbility Week, we are celebrating the ways we are staying connected with our community throughout the pandemic. Over the past year many of our programs and services have been adapted for remote delivery. We even launched a new pre-employment group program, In Motion & Momentum+. If you are feeling stuck and ready to find a new direction in your life, contact us at 613-542-8353, message us here, or email us at [email protected]. Kate and Marcie are ready to talk to you about In Motion & Momentum+.

#AccessAbility #NAAW

Image description: a picture of a video call with 9 participants. Men and women are smiling and holding up gold medals that they are wearing around their necks. White text on a blue background reads "This National AccessAbility Week I am celebrating Staying Connected During Covid". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Today for National AccessAbility Week, we are celebrating the ways we are staying connected with our community throughout the pandemic. Over the past year many of our programs and services have been adapted for remote delivery. We even launched a new pre-employment group program, In Motion & Momentum+. If you are feeling stuck and ready to find a new direction in your life, contact us at 613-542-8353, message us here, or email us at [email protected]. Kate and Marcie are ready to talk to you about In Motion & Momentum+.

#AccessAbility #NAAW

Image description: a picture of a video call with 9 participants. Men and women are smiling and holding up gold medals that they are wearing around their necks. White text on a blue background reads "This National AccessAbility Week I am celebrating Staying Connected During Covid". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Today we celebrate our Peer Support program in honour of National AccessAbility Week. Peer Support is one of the core pr...
06/01/2021

Today we celebrate our Peer Support program in honour of National AccessAbility Week. Peer Support is one of the core programs of Independent Living. Peer Support gives people with disabilities the opportunity to share lived experiences. We offer both individual and group opportunities. If you would like to participate, please call us at 613-642-8353, email us at [email protected], or message us here!

#NationalAccessAbilityWeek #AccessAbility #PeerSupport

Image Description: a blue background with a picture of nine people standing and sitting in wheelchairs together outside. There is grass and trees behind them. White text reads "This National AccessAbility week, I am celebrating Peer Support". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Today we celebrate our Peer Support program in honour of National AccessAbility Week. Peer Support is one of the core programs of Independent Living. Peer Support gives people with disabilities the opportunity to share lived experiences. We offer both individual and group opportunities. If you would like to participate, please call us at 613-642-8353, email us at [email protected], or message us here!

#NationalAccessAbilityWeek #AccessAbility #PeerSupport

Image Description: a blue background with a picture of nine people standing and sitting in wheelchairs together outside. There is grass and trees behind them. White text reads "This National AccessAbility week, I am celebrating Peer Support". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

At Independent Living Centre Kingston, we are working to build inclusive communities. We believe in communities where ev...
05/31/2021

At Independent Living Centre Kingston, we are working to build inclusive communities. We believe in communities where everyone participates with dignity and autonomy.

We offer our solidarity to Indigenous communities across Canada and mourn the 215 children whose remains have been found buried on a former residential school site in Kamloops.

Image description: a picture of the steps of Kingston's City Hall filled with pairs of children's shoes.

At Independent Living Centre Kingston, we are working to build inclusive communities. We believe in communities where everyone participates with dignity and autonomy.

We offer our solidarity to Indigenous communities across Canada and mourn the 215 children whose remains have been found buried on a former residential school site in Kamloops.

Image description: a picture of the steps of Kingston's City Hall filled with pairs of children's shoes.

Happy National AccessAbility Week! Today we are highlighting our Self-Managed Attendant Services program, Direct Funding...
05/31/2021

Happy National AccessAbility Week! Today we are highlighting our Self-Managed Attendant Services program, Direct Funding. Direct Funding is an innovative program enabling adults with physical disabilities to become employers of their own attendants. If you would like to know more about the Direct Funding program, message us here or call or email Kate at 613-542-8353 ex 23/ [email protected].

#AccessAbility #IndependentLiving

Image Description: a blue background with a picture of a woman in a wheelchair and a woman standing at a bathroom sink. Their backs are to the camera and you can see their faces in the mirror's reflection. The woman standing is putting toothpaste on a toothbrush. White text reads "This National AccessAbility Week, I am celebrating Self-Managaged Attendant Services". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Happy National AccessAbility Week! Today we are highlighting our Self-Managed Attendant Services program, Direct Funding. Direct Funding is an innovative program enabling adults with physical disabilities to become employers of their own attendants. If you would like to know more about the Direct Funding program, message us here or call or email Kate at 613-542-8353 ex 23/ [email protected].

#AccessAbility #IndependentLiving

Image Description: a blue background with a picture of a woman in a wheelchair and a woman standing at a bathroom sink. Their backs are to the camera and you can see their faces in the mirror's reflection. The woman standing is putting toothpaste on a toothbrush. White text reads "This National AccessAbility Week, I am celebrating Self-Managaged Attendant Services". The Independent Living Centre Kingston logo is in the bottom right corner.

Next week is National AccessAbility Week 2021! This year's theme is Disability Inclusion: Leaving No One Behind.We will ...
05/28/2021

Next week is National AccessAbility Week 2021! This year's theme is Disability Inclusion: Leaving No One Behind.
We will be celebrating #AccessAbility by sharing photos of our amazing consumers and the ways we are working with them to build inclusive communities.

Image Description: From the left side, top to bottom, the shareable shows a blue rectangle which includes seven accessibility icons.

The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The icons are followed by the text:
Disability Inclusion 2021: Leaving No One Behind
Share photos and videos of how you are celebrating National hashtag AccessAbility Week by using our hashtags.

The text is followed by four images which include:

one smiling indigenous man wearing dark sunglasses,
a young woman smiling,
a woman smiling in a pool and
a woman speaking in sign language.
The right side include the text:

National
AccessAbility
Week.
May 30 to June 5, 2021
Hashtags Accessible Canada and
Hashtag
AccessAbility
Canada Wordmark

Next week is National AccessAbility Week 2021! This year's theme is Disability Inclusion: Leaving No One Behind.
We will be celebrating #AccessAbility by sharing photos of our amazing consumers and the ways we are working with them to build inclusive communities.

Image Description: From the left side, top to bottom, the shareable shows a blue rectangle which includes seven accessibility icons.

The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The icons are followed by the text:
Disability Inclusion 2021: Leaving No One Behind
Share photos and videos of how you are celebrating National hashtag AccessAbility Week by using our hashtags.

The text is followed by four images which include:

one smiling indigenous man wearing dark sunglasses,
a young woman smiling,
a woman smiling in a pool and
a woman speaking in sign language.
The right side include the text:

National
AccessAbility
Week.
May 30 to June 5, 2021
Hashtags Accessible Canada and
Hashtag
AccessAbility
Canada Wordmark

We're joining Play Gaming & Entertainment in wishing everyone a happy Victoria Day!As one of their charity partners, we ...
05/24/2021

We're joining Play Gaming & Entertainment in wishing everyone a happy Victoria Day!

As one of their charity partners, we look forward to the day we can play bingo again and we hope to see you there.

Happy Victoria Day to the Kingston & Surrounding Area!

Play Smart. Play Safe.💙

https://www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/community-services/housing/programs/kingston-frontenac-renovates
05/22/2021

https://www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/community-services/housing/programs/kingston-frontenac-renovates

A home should be safe and accessible.

The Kingston-Frontenac Renovates program (KFRP) offers eligible homeowners grants of up to $5,000 to make their homes more accessible or interest-free loans of up to $10,000 toward emergency repairs. Funding is allocated on a first come, first served basis and income limits are associated with this program.

Find out more at CityofKingston.ca/Housing

05/20/2021

Now more than ever, it is crucial for Canadians to be able to access digital information and resources to help them stay safe and healthy throughout the pandemic.

On this tenth annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day, let’s learn, think and talk about how to make digital access more inclusive, so all Canadians can benefit.

For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2SxLJ2A

Image description: Image of a woman at home, on her laptop computer, taking a sign language class. Canada Wordmark on the right corner of the visual.

Emergency Food/Meal Programs in Kingston*All take-away unless noted.HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS): 844 Princess St. ...
05/18/2021

Emergency Food/Meal Programs in Kingston

*All take-away unless noted.

HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS): 844 Princess St. | Mon.-Thurs. Take out breakfast 9-10:30 a.m. and lunch 1-2:30 p.m. Indoor pick up.

Partners in Mission Food Bank: 140 Hickson Ave. | Please call 613-544-4100 for appointment. No walk-in service. Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.

Martha’s Table: 629 Princess St. | Providing take away hot meals. Mon.-Sun., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Now offering a door to door meal delivery service for people that cannot leave their homes . For more information or if you are interested in participating please visit website or call 613 546 0320 ext 0.

Lionhearts:

KCHC, 263 Weller Ave. | Take-home meals. 5-6 p.m. Sun., Wed. and Fri.

McBurney / Skeleton Park | Mon.-Sun., 6-7 p.m.

Amherstview Community Hall, 177 Upper Park. Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 5-6 p.m.

Lunch by George: 129 Wellington St. | Providing Hot takeout meals or bag lunches. Mon. - Fri., 11-11:30 p.m.

KHealth Student Community Support Program: Offering grocery delivery and check-ins. Call 613-817-7787 or email [email protected] to request assistance.

North Frontenac Food Bank: 14152 Rd. 38, Sharbot Lake. Call 613-532-8855 for appointment.

Rural Frontenac Community Services: Meals on wheels 3 days a week. North & Central Frontenac & Bedford Twp. 613-279-3151.

Salvation Army: 342 Patrick St.| Pre-bagged grocery services, Housing assistance to Kingston/Frontenac County, Check-in calls available. Please call 613-548-4411 for appointment. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Seniors’ Food Box: Offering food boxes for seniors featuring produce, non-perishables and staples. Call 613-542-2674 Ext. 1411 for more information or to place an order.

St. Mary’s Parish Centre: 260 Brock St. | Providing light food/snacks Mon. – Fri. 1-4 p.m.

Holiday closure: Dec. 24. and Dec. 31.

St Vincent de Paul: 85 Stephen St. | Providing bag lunches. Food Pantry and warehouse available by appointment 613-766-8432. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

South Frontenac Community Services: Frozen meals available for delivery daily. Hot meals delivered 3 days a week for South Frontenac/rural Kingston residents. Call or book on-line. Food bank hampers also available. 613-376-6477.

The Food Sharing Project: Nutritious food available to students at their school. Families can contact their child’s school for information about bi-weekly food box delivery.

Emergency Food/Meal Programs in Kingston

*All take-away unless noted.

HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS): 844 Princess St. | Mon.-Thurs. Take out breakfast 9-10:30 a.m. and lunch 1-2:30 p.m. Indoor pick up.

Partners in Mission Food Bank: 140 Hickson Ave. | Please call 613-544-4100 for appointment. No walk-in service. Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.

Martha’s Table: 629 Princess St. | Providing take away hot meals. Mon.-Sun., 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Now offering a door to door meal delivery service for people that cannot leave their homes . For more information or if you are interested in participating please visit website or call 613 546 0320 ext 0.

Lionhearts:

KCHC, 263 Weller Ave. | Take-home meals. 5-6 p.m. Sun., Wed. and Fri.

McBurney / Skeleton Park | Mon.-Sun., 6-7 p.m.

Amherstview Community Hall, 177 Upper Park. Tues., Thurs. & Sat., 5-6 p.m.

Lunch by George: 129 Wellington St. | Providing Hot takeout meals or bag lunches. Mon. - Fri., 11-11:30 p.m.

KHealth Student Community Support Program: Offering grocery delivery and check-ins. Call 613-817-7787 or email [email protected] to request assistance.

North Frontenac Food Bank: 14152 Rd. 38, Sharbot Lake. Call 613-532-8855 for appointment.

Rural Frontenac Community Services: Meals on wheels 3 days a week. North & Central Frontenac & Bedford Twp. 613-279-3151.

Salvation Army: 342 Patrick St.| Pre-bagged grocery services, Housing assistance to Kingston/Frontenac County, Check-in calls available. Please call 613-548-4411 for appointment. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Seniors’ Food Box: Offering food boxes for seniors featuring produce, non-perishables and staples. Call 613-542-2674 Ext. 1411 for more information or to place an order.

St. Mary’s Parish Centre: 260 Brock St. | Providing light food/snacks Mon. – Fri. 1-4 p.m.

Holiday closure: Dec. 24. and Dec. 31.

St Vincent de Paul: 85 Stephen St. | Providing bag lunches. Food Pantry and warehouse available by appointment 613-766-8432. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

South Frontenac Community Services: Frozen meals available for delivery daily. Hot meals delivered 3 days a week for South Frontenac/rural Kingston residents. Call or book on-line. Food bank hampers also available. 613-376-6477.

The Food Sharing Project: Nutritious food available to students at their school. Families can contact their child’s school for information about bi-weekly food box delivery.

Address

540 Montreal Street
Kingston, ON
K7K 3J2

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 9am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 9am - 4:30pm
Thursday 9am - 4:30pm
Friday 9am - 4:30pm

Telephone

613-542-8353

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Independent Living Centre Kingston posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Independent Living Centre Kingston:

Videos

Who Are We?

Independent Living Centre Kingston (ILCK) is a regional non-profit organization run by and for people with disabilities. We have helped people with disabilities obtain Independence for more than 25 years. We provide programs including Information & Support, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Development, and Community Development. By helping people with disabilities solve external barriers to independence, we can increase their confidence, raises their self-awareness, and help them become self-advocates.

Nearby health & beauty businesses


Other Disability services in Kingston

Show All

Comments

The Disability Foundation (head office) received a grant to research, develop and hire youth. They just kick-started their initiative with a Youth with Disabilities and Employment survey. They are hoping to raise awareness and encourage young Canadians with disabilities between 17 and 24 to take the survey and connect with our initiative.
I am a Shotokan Karate black belt I have trained for 13 years and have taught classes for 5 years. I was a mental health student for the last 2 years and now starting to get into medical/law and would like to be able to provide a free ShotoKan Karate Program I would love to volunteer my time 2 or 3 nights a week and run Free karate classes for an hour to an hour an half per session. (Anybody is welcome no matter what your fitness level is,or cardio level is) this is to bring community together to work on physical and mental health I will Also proved low cost and/or free programs for Kids,youth,Family,Adults, Adult/Youth with Disabilities Program will teach-proved ShotoKan Karate Techniques taught in both forms fighting stances-Kebadotchy classic Discipline Self confidence Dedication Life Structure Physical Fitness happiness Group conversations to gain- people skills -Life Skills-Relationship skills-Healthy Life Skills-Time management skills -sleep improvement-ways to heal the body naturally Daily diet for a healthy life Can provide Information on Mental health programs Can provide information and guidance for Addiction Where I would consider providing free Shotokan karate lessons Public Schools High Schools Private Schools After School Programs Big Brother Big Sister Group Home Rehabs Shelters YMCA Public Gyms Youth Correctional Centers Youth-Adult Disability Centers I am also willing to do private lessons for a fee for adults private lessons for family's (fee will be very reasonable and can be Negotiated ) Private lessons done in corporation with different organizations will be free of charge Please call Logan Welch 226-766-9767 Masks and social distancing will be required
An interesting discussion with great panelists, well worth the time to watch. https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/videos/2168746563444517/
GET INVOLVED! Are you living with a health condition that affects your SPINAL CORD? We are looking for you.
Keep those votes coming! There's TWO WEEKS left to vote in our charity contest! Don't waste a day, click: http://bit.ly/2BFV3Y0 to vote now! Good luck! 🎉
Here is your weekly reminder to VOTE in our charity contest! Don't wait, click: http://bit.ly/2BFV3Y0 to vote now! It only takes seconds! 😊 Be sure to tell your friends to vote too! Help this organization win $500! 💵
Are you still voting in our charity contest? 😁 Remember, you can vote once a day until January 31st! Give this post a share so your friends can vote too! 🎈 Click: http://bit.ly/2BFV3Y0 to find our voting poll! Good luck! 🎉
Keep voting in our charity contest! 😉 Have you voted today? Click: http://bit.ly/2BFV3Y0 to vote right now! Each vote helps your favorite organization get closer to winning $500! 💰 Vote once a day until January 31st! Good luck to Independent Living Centre Kingston! 🎉
Happy Monday! 👋 Voting for our charity contest is officially underway! All you have to do is click: http://bit.ly/2BFV3Y0 to find our voting poll! 🎊 Each account gets one vote per day, so share this with your friends! Be sure to vote until midnight on January 31st! Help this organization win $500! 💵
Hi there! 👋 We are accepting nominations for our November charity contest, and we would love for you to participate! All you have to do is "Like" this post, and you will be nominated! Voting for our contest will begin on December 16th and will go through January 31st! The organization with the most votes by January 31st, will win $500! 💰 We hope to hear from you soon!
United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & AddingtonKick-off Breakfast!! What a great turn-out!
I am a researcher at Queen's University and trying to find out how doing Physical Activities can be beneficial for people with Multiple Sclerosis. Please spread the word if someone is looking for an opportunity to get active again and we will help them to get there. The participants will be provided 150$ as compensation for their time as well. Contact us at [email protected]. Thanks a lot.