Submit Applications for Shell Canada Grant Program

Shell Canada
Last date: 
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Country: 
Canada

Detailed Description

Shell Canada is currently accepting applications to provide funding for community projects and initiatives that are located near facilities and exploration interests throughout Canada.

Shell Canada is proud to support a variety of initiatives that benefit neighboring communities. They provide support in a variety of forms including funding to not for profit and local community organizations, donations to charitable organizations and grants to employees, retirees and retailer/agents giving back to their communities.

Shell is an integrated energy company that aims to meet the world’s growing demand for energy in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially responsible.

Social Investment Themes

Education

  • Adult Learning
  • Kindergarten – Grade 12 (Early Learning, High School Completion, STEM and Cultural Retention)

Community Skills & Enterprise Development

  • Skills/Vocational Training/Leadership Development
  • Small and medium enterprise development

Safety

  • Driver behaviour
  • Emergency response
  • Pedestrian safety

Environment

  • Biodiveristy/Conservation efforts
  • Improve local environment

Health

  • Access to and quality of health care
  • Provision of equipment
  • Prevention of illness

Access to Energy

  • Support of energy services
  • Access to energy products

Community Development

  • Traditional livelihood and cultural retention
  • Community capacity building

Ineligible Projects

Shell’s social investment program does not fund the following:

  • Individuals or individual pursuits
  • Golf tournaments, hockey tournaments, tennis, fishing or other sporting tournaments
  • Sports – professional, recreational or minor sports teams
  • For-profit organizations
  • Trips, tours, and travel expenses
  • Third party fundraiser or fundraising events
  • Conferences, forums, trade shows, conventions, seminars (unless industry-related)
  • Religious causes that do not serve the general public on a non-denominational basis
  • Advertising, film, video, television and book productions
  • Private foundations
  • Fraternal and labour organizations/service clubs
  • Private (fee-based) elementary or secondary schools
  • Political parties or lobby groups
  • Projects where benefits occur outside Canada

Source: https://www.shell.ca/en_ca/sustainability/communities/funding-guidelines-process.html

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