A one-hour virtual information session is being held for people interested in learning more about the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund (KCCAF).
“This is the first year for the fund, and we’re excited for the community to learn more about the two phenomenal projects seeking support,” says Julie Salter-Keane, Manager of the City’s Climate Leadership Division.
On Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, the City of Kingston, Kingston Community Credit Union, Martha’s Table and Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region will host the one-hour virtual event over Zoom.
This virtual session will begin with a brief introduction and presentation by Julie Salter-Keane, Manager of the City’s Climate Leadership Division, and will be followed with talks from Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region and Martha’s Table, according to the Zoom registration page. These two organizations are seeking funding through the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund. The last 25-minutes will be reserved for a question and answer session. Questions will be collected using Zoom’s Q&A function.
The event will be held on Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m., and all those who attend will have their name entered into a draw to win a free family pass to the Pumphouse Museum, according to a release from the City, dated Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020.
- Welcome and overview – City of Kingston
- Community Donation matching – City of Kingston and Kingston Community Credit Union
- Learn about the Habitat for Humanity project that needs your support
- Learn about the Martha’s Table project and how it will serve the community (and environment!)
- Q&A period with attendees
“This will be a fun and informal event, and we hope you will log-on and join us,” Salter-Keane said in the release.