This new program designed to respond to the needs of our community during these unprecedented times will provide a total of $30,000 to non-profit organizations in northern Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park, Bruderheim and Lamont for one-time, non-profit facility upgrades and one-time, health-and-safety-supply orders.

Who is eligible?

Non-profit organizations in northern Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park, Bruderheim, and Lamont can apply.

Please note that some organizations are not eligible for a grant. These include: individuals or individual pursuits, for-profit businesses, sports tournaments, homeowners’ associations, fraternal or labour organizations, political organizations, religious organizations for the sole benefit of the organization.

What types of projects are eligible?

Non-profit facility upgrades and one-time health and safety supply orders. (Ex. Sneeze guard installation, face masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, etc).

Funding cannot be used for operating expenses, dues or memberships, trips, tours, travel expenses, conferences, advertising, giveaways or prizes, third-party fundraising events, individual scholarships, lobbying expenses or personal computers.

How much is each grant?

Each grant will be up to a maximum of $5,000. The actual amount will depend on the number of applications and each individual grant request. Grant applications requesting more than the $5,000 maximum amount will only be considered for the maximum.

When is the deadline?

*Applications will be evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis.

The program will close when the total $30,000 has been donated. To ensure your organization is considered, please apply as early as possible.

The review committee will meet weekly and successful applicants will be notified no later than 30 days after the application is received.

How are grant recipients determined?

A review committee of Shell staff with input from family and community support representatives will select which grant applications will be funded through the program.

How do I apply?

Interested organizations may apply through our online application form. Under the “What type of request are you making? ”Please ensure you select “Support a project or initiative.

Who can I contact with questions?

To learn more, contact Paige Lawson, Shell Scotford External Relations Advisor, at or (780) 997-4630.

Will the Scotford Community Grants still be available this year?

Yes. Currently, we are focused on the COVID-19 Relief Fund, however, you can expect to hear more about this year’s Scotford Community Grants program in mid-July. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter for more.

If I apply for the COVID-19 Relief Fund, will my organization still be eligible to apply for Scotford Community Grants?


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