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Queen’s United Way campaign reaches 72 per cent of overall goal

The Queen’s United Way Campaign Committee has set a fundraising goal of $425,000 for this year’s campaign in support of United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington.

Thanks to the continued support of staff, faculty and retiree donations the campaign currently total $305,501 or 72 per cent of the final goal.

Last year, the United Way assist nearly 80,000 members of the community through 70 agencies and 220 programs.

Queen’s community members can back the United Way through payroll deduction, a one-time gift, credit card, cheque or cash. 

To join the campaign and donate, visit the Queen’s United Way site and follow the instructions. Previous donors who have accepted automatic renewal can also use this link to increase their annual pledge.



Learn how the United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington and its partner agencies are addressing the needs of people facing these very serious issues in our community. Speakers will share stories of how your donation to United Way helps this important work. Hosted by Principal Patrick Deane.

Human Trafficking
Thursday, Oct. 21
12-12:45 p.m.

Attend to find out how human trafficking occurs, learn what the signs are, and what United Way-funded programs are doing to help tackle this problem in our region. Featuring speakers from Kingston Police and Sexual Assault Centre Kingston who will also share a video from a trafficking survivor who was helped by Youth Diversion, another United Way agency.

Register for this event here or by sending an email to principal.events@queensu.ca to receive the Zoom link and calendar invite to attend.