Purpose and Progress
To build and strengthen relationships, Husky’s Community Investment program supports charitable organizations in the regions where the Company operates. Priority funding areas include education and training, health and wellness, and community building initiatives.
The Company works with municipal, Aboriginal and business leaders, and charitable organizations to identify community needs.
Husky’s employees in these communities are actively involved with local organizations and groups, helping to improve the quality of life for their neighbours.
Health and Wellness
- A donation to the Fort McMurray-based Local HERO Foundation, providing operational funds for helicopter medevac services to the oil sands and northern Alberta region.
- The Canadian Cancer Society in Newfoundland and Labrador launched the Husky Energy Cancer Prevention Program to help increase education and decrease the incidence of cancer.
- Donations to food banks in regions where Husky operates, including a $5,000 gift to the Maple Ridge, B.C. organization as part of the Company’s Fuel it Forward campaign. The recipient was chosen by the contest winner.
- A donation to the Job Safety Skills Society in Alberta, enabling more than 4,000 students in 28 schools to take certified courses in workplace safety.
- Continued support of power engineering education with scholarships at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
- Continued support of the Earth Rangers’ Bring Back the Wild program, helping more than 180,000 students in Western Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador learn about biodiversity, ecology and the impacts of human activity.
- Providing the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C. with gas cards to fuel the fleet of vehicles needed for the event.
- Support for Maidstone, Saskatchewan’s emergency response planning, training and management, along with a donation to provide healthy snacks and a hot lunch to school children.
- A donation to the Jimmy Pratt Memorial Breakfast Program in Newfoundland and Labrador, providing a hot meal for adults who need assistance.
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