Children

2019 Grant Recipient: Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington

We’re pleased that Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington is one of our grant recipients this year. This grant enables FACSFLA to grow their services and reach more families and children in our community. FACSFLA is a not-for-profit agency that protects children from physical, sexual and emotional abuse and neglect. For more than 100…

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2019 Grant Recipient: Camp Merrywood

This summer we had a great visit at Camp Merrywood, a fully accessible camp run by Easter Seals Ontario for children with physical disabilities. We’re pleased that Camp Merrywood was one of our grant recipients this year. This grant enables a local resident to attend this amazing camp. Campers can choose to do a range…

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Surface Water Quality

We are underway into our research about how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can fit into our community for our Vital Signs Report. We want to reach out to hear your input about these important topics. If you’d like to get involved with us in this project, contact us through our website ( www.cffla.ca ) or by…

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Women in Managerial Positions

Achieving gender equality and empowering all girls and women is the fifth of the 17 sustainable development goals. The proportion of women in managerial roles varies across our region, Ontario and Canada. We want to start a conversation about gender equality in Lennox and Addington.     We are underway in out Vital Signs Research…

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Let’s Euchre Hunger – Thank-you

  The Morningstar Mission joins with the Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington in thanking everyone who came out to our Let’s Euchre Hunger fundraiser. Together we are helping to reduce food insecurity in our area. The Community Foundation for Lennox  & Addington also thanks the following community-minded business sponsors who have joined in our…

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High School Graduation Rate

Education empowers people with knowledge and skills. We believe it is important that all members in our community have access to quality education. Quality education is the fourth of the 17 sustainable development goals. As we work on our our Vital Signs Report we want to reach out to you for your input and your story…

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Senior Population in our Community

We believe it is important to think about health and wellness of all members in our community. Good health and well-being is also the third of the 17 sustainable development goals. The population in Lennox and Addington continues to grow especially in our senior demographic. Our population over age 65 make up a large part…

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Hunger in our Community

We want to bring awareness to hunger within our community. Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. Many households in Lennox & Addington struggle with food insecurity. About…

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Bringing Awareness to Poverty

We believe it is important to bring awareness to issues such as poverty in our community. Ending poverty is the first of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). We want to hear your voice about these topics. Get in touch with us through our website or call us at 613-354-7333. From January to March 2019,…

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