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United Way KFL&A announces $3.6 million fundraising goal

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Sisters of Providence donate $5M to help Kingston-area children, seniors The United Way says the higher goal reflects growing needs in the community due to the COVID-19 pandemic.“So this year, more than ever, we’ve seen our agencies really struggle to meet with the growing demands,” says United Way KFLA president and CEO Bhavana Varma.“Mental health services, substance use, homelessness, food, some basic needs.

So, really, this year more than ever it’s really important,” Varma continues.Friday’s virtual event launches a series of fundraising activities ranging from workplaces to outdoor events over the next 12 weeks.The United Way is an umbrella organization that represents and distributes money to dozens of local organizations.The.

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