Vote, vote, vote

Help Quesnel win $150K for Multi-Centre by voting online for the project

You can support Quesnel’s Multi-Centre and it won’t cost you a dime. Natalie Armstrong from AC&D Insurance has registered the Multi-Centre project in a contest that could see $150,000 dropped in the fundraising coffers and all it takes is the public to get on the website, register (one time only) and vote.

Aviva has invited communities across Canada to submit their plans for project which will benefit their community and all they need to do is have enough people vote (once a day) for their project and move the project on to the semi-final round.

Each project which reaches the semi-final round is guaranteed $5,000 but more exciting is the possibility of the big win: $150,000.

Voting began Sept. 30 and the first round lasts for 15 days. Voting can be done from any internet platform.

When you turn on your computer, make voting the first thing on your to-do list each day. Put the site on

your favourites bar and vote, vote, vote. With each vote

you can watch the Multi-

Centre number rise.

Judges determine after each 15-day voting period which projects move on the next round (three rounds altogether) and although the scope, benefit and value of the project counts, it’s the votes that truly tell the story and win the cash.

“They see votes as community support and it’s important to demonstrate our commitment,” Armstrong said.

“If we make it to the semi-final round the least we could be awarded is $5,000.”

AC&D and all the staff support the Multi-Centre and they are going to do their part to get the word out to garner as many votes as possible, however, it will take the entire community getting on their computers and voting to make this prize a reality.

To vote, visit and help Quesnel’s Multi-Centre become a reality.