Shell’s #FuellingKindness Program
Our immediate priority in this time of crisis is the health and safety of our people. In line with recent government announcements and global guidance, we are asking all of our teams to avoid large group gatherings, limit physical interaction, attend or hold NO internal or external gatherings of over 20 people and practice safe social distancing.
We are pausing our Fuelling Kindness in-community volunteer programs and events to ensure the safety of employees and the communities. We are actively engaged with our employees and with other companies on how we can support the immediate needs of communities during this challenging time.
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Request a Grant

Shell provides funding for community projects and initiatives that are located near our facilities and exploration interests throughout Canada through various funding platforms.

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At Shell Canada we believe Indigenous communities are important partners; our projects must be designed and implemented to minimize impacts, provide shared value and enhance relationships with Indigenous Peoples. Click here to find out more about our commitment to Indigenous Peoples in Canada, including Community Engagement, Business Development, Community Investment and Employment.

Below are examples of indigenous people’s programs and national programs we support in areas neighboring our assets.

Indigenous Peoples Programs

The Banff Centre

Shell is proud to support Banff Centre’s Indigenous Leadership and Management Programs for Indigenous leaders.


Shell is proud to be a long-time supporter of Indspire. For over thirty years we have been investing in post-secondary scholarships and programming. “Photo provided courtesy of Indspire”

More in sustainability


We are committed to delivering energy responsibly and safely, preventing harm to our employees, contractors, local communities and the environment.


Shell provides energy in a responsible way, helping the world move towards a future in which the energy used causes minimal impact on the planet.

Classroom Energy Diet Challenge (CEDC)

The Energy Diet Challenge is a free competition among classrooms that aims to increase energy awareness among youth and educators.