New Website- New Youth Portal

We are so excited to announce the launch of a new Youth Portal for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington. https://kflayouth.ca/ is a one stop shop for all the resources, community events, opportunities and projects in the KFLA area for youth under the age of 30!

This new website will also serve as our new home for Y2K. We will update our tab on the portal with all the information we normally post on this website. So be sure to visit and bookmark this new site, which will be updated regularly with new information to help keep the young people of the KFLA areas informed.

Visit www.kflayouth.ca for more!

Screenshot-2017-11-22 KFL A Youth

Youth Opportunities Fund- Year 1 Recap

3a14a440-163c-4e44-9a59-511ba59bfb1bIn the spring of 2016 Y2K received five years of funding from the Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) a program with the Ontario Trillium Foundation. With this funding Y2K created five new teams, the focus of today’s update is specifically the Participatory Action Research (PAR) team and the work they conducted this year. The PAR team uses a national platform called Sharing the Stories (StS) which can be used to collect data, compare it against a national aggregate and which we can collectively use to understand and explore youth outcomes and engagements in KFL&A. 

The following reports go through some of the results and patterns we have seen from the young people who participated in the data collection. Please feel free to contact michael@studentscommission.ca or noor@studentscommission.ca with any questions about any of the collected information or the plans for Year 2 with YOF.

Y2KFLA_Outcomes_Story_Year1

Y2KFL&A Year 1 Budget Graphs

Looking towards year 2 with YOF:

Logic Model

Y2KFL&A Year 2 WorkPlan

Kingston Pride Week 2017

We’re here with a quick guide to everything and anything Kingston Pride! Events, shows, the parade and more. Check it all out here and on our Event Calendar.

Saturday, June 10th: TShow: Gay Space 1999. A “futuristic drag show with a good dash of gay pixie dust” find it at the Renaissance 285 Queen Street, doors at 8PM show at 9PM. (19+ event) Tickets and full info at the link below!

http://queensevents.ca/event/tshow-gay-space-1999/

 

Sunday, June 11th: Pride Worship Service at St Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at 263 Victoria Street. Join St Mark’s congregation for a pride worship, “God welcomes all regardless of race or culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, or relationship status”- St Mark’s mission statement. Free admission and open to all!

http://www.stmarkslutherankingston.org/

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