Nominations accepted for Cultural Diversity Awards

Nominations are being accepted until Jan. 13 for the 10th Annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards.

Nominations are being accepted until Jan. 13 for the 10th Annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards.

The awards are hosted by Abbotsford Community Services in partnership with Fraser Valley Regional Library and Mission, Chilliwack and Langley Community Services.

Each year, nominations are received for individuals, organizations, schools, businesses and programs that work towards building an inclusive community.

Categories include: Inclusive Environment, Marketing/Outreach, Innovative Initiative, Champion of Diversity and Reflective Workforce. Nomination forms are available at abbotsfordcommunityservices.com or by contacting Amelia Kennedy at 604-302-9707 or amelia@crosspointcommunications.ca

 

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