Kingston Collection Releases Annual Community Impact Report
Kingston, MA – Kingston Collection released its 2019 Community Report that highlights the results of the Center’s collaboration with Plymouth County’s non-profit community organizations over the past year. The Community Report is now available here.
In 2019, Kingston Collection hosted over 106 non-profit events and partnered with 62 different local organizations that utilized the Center for meeting space, fundraising, and awareness campaigns.
South Shore Community Action Council is one of the organizations that utilized Kingston Collection to interact and educate the public of their many programs in the areas of Youth and Family Development, Income Maintenance, Nutrition, Emergency Assistance, Self-Sufficiency, Energy Assistance, Employment, and Transportation Assistance.
“The South Shore Community Action Council cannot thank the team at Kingston Collection enough for allowing us to participate in their events in order to help us boost enrollment. Being part of events like these really help us get the word out to families that may need help with childcare.” Kristen Murphy-Gilmore Lead Teacher, South Shore Community Action Council
Kingston Collection is pleased to work with all not-for-profit organizations, whether a tabling opportunity for fundraising and awareness campaigns, a community room for training, or a large event in one of the common areas. Kingston Collection is where the community comes together.
Visit KingstonCollection.com for more information on this and many other great family activities available at Kingston Collection this summer.