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FLA & The Waterways Community Office

496 Days Road

Kingston, Ontario

K7M 5R4

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Phone: 613-384-2361

Toll-free: 1-866-877-0309

Fax: 613-384-9783


Hours of operation:

Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm

Serving the communities of:

Kingston, Frontenac, Loyalist, Lennox & Addington

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    December Gift Wrap at Cataraqui Centre 2018

    If you are looking to donate your time over this holiday season, enjoy the festive spirit, can wrap a present and want to help those who are helping to fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society - why not consider volunteering to wrap gifts at our December Gift Wrap, upstairs at the Cataraqui Centre. We'll be on-site during mall operating hours for each even day December 2 - 24. We have several gift wrapping shifts available to fill, and no shift is longer than 3hrs. See below.

    Shifts Available (even days only in December):

    • Monday through to Saturday: 9am-12pm | 12pm-3pm | 3pm-6pm | 6pm-9:30pm
    • Sundays: 10am-12:30pm | 12:30pm-3pm | 3pm-5pm

    For more information, or to sign up for a shift, please contact the Community Fundraising Specialist at: 613-384-2361 or by emailing here.

  •  Volunteer opportunities

    Donate your time. Volunteer for an hour, a day, or as much as you want.

    We have the following opportunities available:


    • Community fundraising event volunteers 
    • Daffodil pin sales
    • Door to Door canvassing volunteers
    • Relay For Life volunteers
    • Mudmoiselle volunteers
    • Hockey Fights Cancer volunteers

    Community Services

    • Volunteer drivers for the Wheels Of Hope transportation program

    Volunteer Development

    • Volunteer development committee and chair

    Information Outreach

    • Presentations volunteer
    • Display volunteers


    • Relay for Life committee
    • Daffodil Month committee
    • Mudmoiselle committee


    • Office Volunteers

    If you are interested in volunteering with us please contact April McCann, our Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at (613) 384-2361, ext. 3633.

  • Relay For Life in Kingston

    Cancer Changes Everything. So Can You.

    Relay For Life is a community fundraising event where Canadians across the country join together in the fight against cancer. It's an opportunity to raise funds and come together to show your support to Celebrate survivors, Remember those we have lost, and to Fight back against all cancers. In 2018, this event raised over $113,000 in Kingston!

    When - TBC: Friday, June 21, 2019 | 6:00pm to Midnight

    Where: CaraCo Home Field of the INVISTA Centre, 1350 Gardiners Rd., Kingston, ON

    Survivors: If you are a cancer survivor we invite you to be our guest at Relay 2019! Please contact our community office to add your name to our guest-list for check-in, call 613-384-2361 or email us.

    For more information visit the event website at: or call our office at 613-384-2361 or toll free 866-877-0309.

  • Mudmoiselle & Mini Mudster in Kingston

    Cancer fights dirty. So do we.

    A Mudmoiselle or Mini Mudster is anyone who faces every day with fierce optimism and believes that obstacles can only make them stronger. The event is open to all fitness levels, and is a day of mud, sweat and cheers dedicated to a fun, non-competitive run and includes women, men and kids too!

    Muddy shoes aside, when it comes to raising funds, our participants don't mess around. They're dedicated to raising money for Canada's most promising cancer research, and vital support services for those living with cancer. In 2018, this event raised over $96,000 in Kingston!

    When: Saturday, September 16th, 2019 | Registration begins at 10am, first heats out at 11am

    Where: Robinson Community Garden, 1745 Woodbine Road, west of Collins Bay Road

    How To Register: Go online, or come in to our community office for more information & to sign up!

    • Adults 5K open to Women, Men and Youth ages 13 years and up (note: Youth 13-17 must be accompanied on the course by an Adult 18yrs+)
    • Kids 1K ages 5 to 12 years (note: must be able to complete a 1K Mini obstacle course unassisted - we have volunteers throughout the course to help the little ones!)
  • CIBC Run for the Cure in Kingston

    Together we are changing the future of breast cancer.

    The CIBC Run for the Cure is a 5K or 1K walk or run that raises funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. It is the largest, single-day, volunteer-led event in Canada in support of the breast cancer cause. Thanks to impactful fundraising events like the Run, and passionate supporters of the breast cancer cause, investments in research have led to significant progress in breast cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment and care. Since the 1980s, breast cancer survival has increased by nearly 20%! In 2018, the Kingston CIBC Run for the Cure saw over 1,000 participants raise over $200,000. Let's do it again in 2019!

    When: Sunday, October 6th, 2019 | Registration begins at 9am, Warm Up at 10am, Starts at 11am

    Where: St. Lawrence College, 100 Portsmouth Ave., Kingston, ON (race registration at entrance off Country Club Dr.)

    How To Register: Click here to go online to the Kingston page, or for more information go to:

  • Hockey Fights Cancer

    We are proud to be hosted by the Kingston Frontenacs to bring awareness, and fundraise, for all cancers on Friday, November 2! The Fronts will have jersey and stick raffles, plus there'll be swag and opportunities to take your selfie in the branded placard of the CCS area in the concourse to share on your social media pages and to show your support for those living with cancer in our communities! Don't forget your extra $$ - the Canadian Cancer Society will be passing buckets for your donations just after puck drop in the 1st period. With your help we can work towards our Vision of a world where no Canadian fears cancer.

    Game night Friday, November 2, 2018 @ 7pm. Get your tickets now by clicking here.

    All funds raised will go towards research and support services for all cancers through the Canadian Cancer Society. To learn more visit:



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