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Recognition

The generosity of Jeannette and Léo Johnson, our founders, has been noticed at the municipal, provincial and national levels.

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In 2016, Léo was awarded Canada’s Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers. It recognizes outstanding volunteer achievements by Canadians across the country.  

Leo Johnson receives a medal from David Johnston, Governor General of Canada

Leo Johnson receives a medal from David Johnston, Governor General of Canada

From left to right:  Léo Johnson, Jeannette Johnson, and Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold

In December 2017, the City of Moncton awarded him the Order of Moncton. It recognizes his passion and his commitment at helping the most vulnerable people in our community.  

From left to right:  Léo Johnson, Jeannette Johnson, and Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold

In October 2019, he was awarded the Order of New Brunswick. This is the province's highest honour.

From left to right:  NB Premier Blaine Higgs, Léo Johnson, and Lieutenant-Governor Brenda L. Murphy

From left to right:  NB Premier Blaine Higgs, Léo Johnson, and Lieutenant-Governor Brenda L. Murphy

From left to right: Bert Johnson, Roland LeBlanc,Director of Solid Waste Services at ECO 360, Maurice Richard, Léo Johnson, and Philippe Ouellet

From left to right: Bert Johnson, Roland LeBlanc,Director of Solid Waste Services at ECO 360, Maurice Richard, Léo Johnson, and Philippe Ouellet

1st prize - ECO 360 ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD

In November 2018, the ECO 360 Environmental Award was presented to Second Chance Workshop. This recognition is given to an organization that has demonstrated a passion for improving our community by playing a leading role in green initiatives and has dedicated itself to achieve a greener collective future.

1st Prize AWARD

In October 2017, Second Chance Workshop received the “Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Environmental Award” This award is given to a company that has demonstrated strong environmental leadership through its policies and practices to improve environmental sustainability and reduce its harmful impact on the environment.

MAJOR DONATION OF JUNE 29th 2023

Thanks to the generosity of the New Brunswick government, Second Chance Workshop have received a check for $123,757 to cover the cost of a delivery/pickup truck. This very appreciated gesture will allow the agency to continue its mission to reduce pollution in the atmosphere and to offer employment opportunities to recipients of financial assistance wishing to make a positive change in their lives.

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From left to right: Etienne Lurette, Consultant, Daniel Allain, Member of the Legislation Assembly of New Brunswick and Jean-Claude Cormier, Chairman of the Board

Greater Moncton"Realtor Care" DONATION

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This generous donation is part of an Annual Fundraiser produced by this organization. Here is a message from management: “Commitment to the community is an essential value for us. Each year, under the REALTORSCare® banner, we support three community organizations in their fundraising activities, in addition to awarding three REALTORSCare® scholarships.  Second Chance Workshop is very grateful to be the recipient of these funds.

THANK YOU!

Letter of support

City of Moncton

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City of Dieppe

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City of Riverview

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