Capital Power accepts requests for support from non-profit societies and registered charitable organizations that are associated with the communities where we have operations.
How to apply
To be considered, all requests for support must be received through Capital Power’s online application system. We are unable to consider hard copy or email requests for support.
This form provides an opportunity to apply for funding for sponsorship of an event, project or long-term initiative. It takes approximately 15-30 minutes to complete the entire form if all of the required information has been gathered beforehand. A list of required information is available after logging into the form. The form remains active in the system for 90 days which allows incomplete forms to be saved and completed within that timeframe.
Capital Power’s Community Investment Program does not normally consider mass mailing solicitations nor hard copy/email requests for the following:
- Advertising in yearbooks, handbooks, journals, event programs or recruitment initiatives
- Advocacy or lobbying organizations
- Political projects or programs
- Capital campaigns
- Religious or sectarian organizations
- Amateur sports programs or tournaments. (In the case of provincial or national events that provide a brand awareness opportunity, sponsorship may be considered)
- Contingency funds or deficit campaigns
- Research or conferences
- Illness related causes
- Operating or administrative expenses
- Travel, accommodation or meals
- Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, religion, or lifestyle
- Service clubs, fraternal organizations, or commercial third-party fundraising groups
- Support for individuals
- Requests for items (i.e. fundraising, silent auctions)
- Utility rebates
- Unregistered organizations or businesses
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Capital Power released financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2022.
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