On April 13, 2021 Concentra Bank announced the recipients of their 2021 Empowering Your Community grants and Kingston Community Credit Union is very excited to be one of this year’s recipients, winning a $5,000 grant to benefit Southern Frontenac Community Services Corporation (SFCSC).

Kingston Community Credit Union believes in supporting our local community and applied for Concentra’s Empowering Your Community Grant in support of SFCSC outlining our partnership and the benefits they offer to our community. The $5,000 awarded from Concentra, along with an additional $2,000 from KCCU will support their greenhouse and gardens. Their gardens help support the rural Kingston community in three ways: 1. Food Support – The gardens provide fresh produce for the 75 food hampers distributed by the SFCSC Food Bank to individuals and families monthly. 2. Food Support – The produce is added to the SFCSC Hot Meals on Wheels program which currently delivers more that 175 nourishing hot meals to seniors each week. 3. Learning- The students from Loughborough Public School take part in weekly working visits to the gardens (as permitted by public health during Covid-19)
where they learn how to plan, manage, and reap the benefits of a food garden and becoming vendors to sell excess produce to the public. Details

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