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SOURCES voted “Best Non-Profit Organization” in South Surrey/White Rock

The results of the Peace Arch News’ 3rd annual Readers’ Choice Awards were published today.

We were elated to discover that SOURCES was awarded 1st Place in the Best Non-Profit Organization category and 3rd Place in the Best Seniors Service category!

It is an honour to be recognized by our community for the third year in a row, and we are so proud of our hardworking team.

Thank you, South Surrey and White Rock, for your votes of confidence and continuous support!

The Peace Arch News Readers’ Choice Awards recognize “the best local businesses in South Surrey/White Rock as voted by you the readers. More than 35,000 individual votes were cast in 145 categories” (Page A19, Peace Arch News, June 29, 2018).