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COMMUNITY SECTIONS

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Defender Zone - $475

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Family Zone - $475

The Kingston Frontenacs are pleased to introduce two new community focused sections into our game day experience. Introducing the Defender Zone and the Family ZoneBoth of these sections were designed to provide families with an affordable option, while also supporting our community.

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DEFENDER ZONE

The Defender Zone was created to support the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre (KMFRC). Kingston has a rich history of military and the Kingston Frontenacs wanted to do our part in supporting the military community.

For every My Frontenacs Membership sold in the Defender Zone (Section 101), the Kingston Frontenacs will donate $25.00 to the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre (KMFRC).

About KMFRC

 

The Kingston Military Family Resource Centre (KMFRC) is a registered non-profit, charitable organization that supports and enhances the health and well-being of the military community. We are Kingston's primary agency dedicated to meeting the unique needs of the Military community. The KMFRC provides quality services and programs to support the evolving needs of all members of our Military families. For more information on individual programs and services, please contact the KMFRC.

 

Website: www.KMFRC.com

Email: KMFRC@forces.gc.ca

The Food Sharing Project

FAMILY ZONE

The Family Zone is located in section 118 and it was created to support The Food Sharing Project.


For every My Frontenacs Membership sold in the Family Zone (Section 118), the Kingston Frontenacs will donate $25.00 to The Food Sharing Project.

About the Food Sharing Project

 

The Food Sharing Project is a charity provides nutritious food to support in-school student nutrition programs in over 85 elementary, secondary, and alternative education programs throughout KFL&A. Meals and hearty snacks are accessible to any student, regardless of need, in an inclusive environment, supported by caring adults. Students who eat nutritious food at school are more engaged in their learning, can focus better on tasks, can have more positive social interactions throughout the day, and it can lead to better food choices as adults.

Website:  www.foodsharingproject.org

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