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Centre 105 voted the top non-profit in Cornwall

Centre 105 staff members Catherine Stapley, Lorraine Kouwenberg, and Taylor Seguin, pictured at the pick-up window in 2020, appreciate the morale boost from the Cornwall community.
Centre 105 staff members Catherine Stapley, Lorraine Kouwenberg, and Taylor Seguin, pictured at the pick-up window in 2020, appreciate the morale boost from the Cornwall community.
By on March 1, 2022

Community Votes, an online platform in Cornwall, Ont., that recognizes local businesses, non-profits and service providers, has named Centre 105 the platinum winner for non-profits in 2021.

Taylor Seguin, executive director for Centre 105, said the top award was a wonderful surprise for the team at the centre. “Being voted the top Not-For-Profit in Cornwall was very unexpected, as there are so many social agencies in our community, doing incredible work,” he told Crosstalk. (The gold or second prize went to Freedom Dog Rescue, while Silver (third), went to Habitat for Humanity.)

Community Votes accepts nominations in various categories from the public for their favourite restaurant or business, for example, and then the nominees with the most votes move forward into the final voting process.

“We appreciate being recognized for the work that was done in 2021. This has definitely given our team a morale boost, during the cold winter months,” said Seguin, adding that the Centre 105 “team is looking forward to a very productive, positive 2022!”

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