Vote for our Grace Rwanda co-founder as one of Canada’s top immigrants!

March 26, 2014  |  Events, General


Grace Rwanda co-founder Elizabeth Johnson has been honoured by being named a finalist in Canadian Immigrant Magazine’s Top 25 Contest!
Elizabeth was selected as one of the country’s top 75 most inspiring immigrants for her community work in B.C. and for her work with Grace Rwanda bringing literacy to the children of Rwanda. She was selected from more than 630 entries submitted from across Canada, an impressive achievement on its own.
Now, Elizabeth needs your vote to ensure that she can be named one of Canada’s Top 25 Immigrants.
Please support her and, by extension, Grace Rwanda, by visiting this link: Canadian Immigrant Top 25 Contest and casting your vote.

Voting opens March 25 and closes quite soon, on May 14th. You can only vote once, so please share the news and encourage your friends and family to vote too. It only takes a minute and it would mean so much to us. The winners will be announced in June.
You’ll see that Elizabeth is in very distinguished company. Among this year’s nominees are Vancouver MP Hedy Fry and B.C. Senator Mobina Jaffer.
Help Elizabeth and Grace Rwanda earn the recognition they deserve! Please cast your vote today!

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  1. Grace is reserved for the post to be voted

  2. I vote Elizabeth for to help Girl’s education in Rwanda and Africa in General

  3. Grace should be given the post because she is helping much vulnerable children by supporting in education. She is committed to work in difficult situation and love human beings.

  4. She is the right people to right place

  5. I vote Elizabeth as Madam who has chose to help girl’s education in Rwanda

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