Alberta

Grande Prairie Community Grant Program – available to those in the Community of Grande Prairie and area.

Scotford Community Grant Program – including the areas of Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park and Bruderheim.

British Columbia

NEBC COMMUNITY GRANTS

Non-profit and charity organizations are an essential pillar of support for the individuals who rely on or access their services. Shell Canada is proud to partner on a variety of initiatives and projects that support and enrich our neighbouring communities. Please see below for more info and to apply.

Who is eligible?

Non-profit organizations in Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope and Tumbler Ridge.

How can funding be used?

Funding may be used for one-time projects that benefit the community and are sustainable after the conclusion of the grant. 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 do I apply?

Interested organizations may apply through our online application form.

To learn more, contact Vanessa Jocko, NTR Stakeholder Relations Advisor, at V.Jocko@shell.com.

Ontario

Sarnia Community Grants

Non-profit and charity organizations are an essential pillar of support for the individuals who rely on or access their services. Shell Canada is proud to partner on a variety of initiatives and projects that support and enrich our neighbouring communities. Please see below for more info and to apply.

Who is eligible?

Non-profit organizations in Sarnia, Lambton County, St. Clair, Corunna, Mooretown, Walpole Island, Kettle Point, Stoney Point Township and Brockville.

How can funding be used?

Funding may be used for one-time projects that benefit the community and are sustainable after the conclusion of the grant. 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 do I apply?

Interested organizations may apply through our online application form.

To learn more, contact Olwen Gover CR Advisor, at olwen.gover@shell.com.

Other locations

Shell provides funding for community projects and initiatives that are located near our refineries, operations and exploration interests throughout Canada through various funding platforms. If you have a request for consideration outside of our priority locations you can still apply but note that our priority funding is to our listed communities.  If your project or initiative is National please visit our National Funding page.

Application deadlines for 2022

Shell Canada is proud to support a variety of initiatives that benefit neighboring communities.

Deadline dates Deadline details
February 15th Applications submitted from January 2nd – February 15th will be reviewed starting February 16th.

Applications received after February 15th will be reviewed after the next deadline, April 15th.
April 15th

Applications submitted from February 16th- April 15th will be reviewed starting April 16th.

Applications received after April 15th will be reviewed after the next deadline, June 15th.

June 15th Applications submitted from April 16th – June 15th will be reviewed starting June 16th.

Applications received after June 15th will be reviewed after the next deadline, October 15th.
October 15th

Applications submitted from June 16th – October 15th will be reviewed starting October 16th.

This will be the final date for submissions in 2022.

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 (see below for other funding options)

Projects Outside of Canada

Please contact the Shell company in your country or visit the Shell Foundation website.

Social Investment Themes

Online Grant Application Form

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

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