apply for a grant request funding for your organization with a grant through our community investment program

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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applicants in british columbia

Grant applications for within British Columbia are no longer being accepted, due to Chevron Corporation’s announcement of its intention to sell its 50% interest in the Kitimat LNG Project, as well as its sale of the Burnaby Refinery and Chevron-branded retail stations and wholesale facilities in British Columbia to Parkland Fuels in 2018.