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April 7, 2020 -

The City is suggesting the best way to help local emergency food providers is to make a donation online during this time.

"I've been so heartened to hear how our local charities and other agencies that provide food have been flooded with kind offers of help," says Mayor Bryan Paterson. "Given the need for physical distancing protocols, they are unfortunately unable to accommodate many of these generous offers. At this point in time, I'm encouraging everyone who is willing and able to help to make an online donation to the local provider of their choice," he says.

Community organizations that assist with food security are being stretched with extra demands. While they can’t offer their traditional services, they are working collaboratively to provide well over 500 take-away or delivered meals and food hampers to residents in Kingston and the County of Frontenac.

Help the organization of your choice, as noted below – or make a contribution to the United Way of KFL&A’s COVID Response Fund or Community Foundation For Kingston and Area’s Smart and Caring Community Fund. They will assist a range of organizations that are providing services to the community during this emergency.

Local emergency food providers:

Stay up-to-date with the City’s COVID-19 changes.

Find answers to your COVID-19 questions from KFL&A Public Health.

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