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Chevron Canada's areas of focus for community investment are health, education and training, and community capacity-building, identified as programs that address a community’s ability to build and sustain long-term economic development. Organizations must be a registered charitable organization or a registered non-profit society.
We consider requests that fall within our primary focus areas, and only in geographic areas where we have a significant employee and business presence (British Columbia, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador).
Examples of qualified organizations and programs would include:
- Medical and health-based organizations
- Education providers
- Environmental and safety initiatives
- Some cultural organizations
- Skills and trades training
- Youth leadership programs
Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
- Impact – makes a significant contribution to the well-being of the community or group being served by the program
- Results – program has measurable and meaningful results
- Reputation – organization or program has a desirable reputation in the community
- Visibility – program and relationship with Chevron can be promoted
- Employee engagement – potential opportunities for Chevron employees and retirees to volunteer
Examples of organizations and programs that would not qualify include:
- Organizations discriminating on the basis of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation individuals
- Religious or sectarian organizations
- Political organizations or candidates
- Advocacy, special interest or lobbying initiatives
- Fraternities or sororities
- Trips, tours or conferences
- Third-party fundraiser
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Please note that Chevron sold the Burnaby Refinery and British Columbia retail and commercial station networks to Parkland Industries in Sept, 2017.
As a result, Chevron only supports community programs in Northern B.C. that relate to our Kitimat LNG project. For all other regions of B.C, please contact Parkland Industries.