Mission’s Manny Deol named Volunteer of the Year

Community Futures North Fraser recognized him for all his hard work

Mission’s Manny Deol has been recognized as Volunteer of the Year for 2020 by Community Futures North Fraser.

Community Futures North Fraser has announced that Mission’s Manny Deol has been recognized as its Volunteer of the Year for 2020.

Deol has been on the Community Futures board since 2013, is the past chair, and has devoted many hours to support the work of the organization.

Deol was born and raised in Mission and has devoted his time to several organizations over the past decade. His support of Community Futures is reflective of his commitment to the growth of small businesses in the community.

Community Futures North Fraser is a non-profit organization with the mandate to support local small business and promote economic growth in the North Fraser area. It provides business support through business advisory services, training and loans. To learn more, visit northfraser.org.

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