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ENMAX and our team are committed to investing in Alberta. In 2015, we provided $3.8 million to communities, including financial support for our partner organizations and the United Way, and various donations to clubs and associations across the province. Our team members also dedicated 2,239 hours to volunteering throughout the year.

Together we're one for the United Way

For over 18 years, ENMAX employees have participated in the various events, experiences, and volunteer opportunities during our annual United Way campaign. In that time our employees have helped raise over $4.3 million dollars for the United Way to help build healthy communities in Alberta. Our CEO, Gianna Manes, was campaign co-chair in 2014, and is a member of the United Way of Calgary's Board of Directors. Learn more about our 2016 campaign.

Enriching our community spaces

The Energizing Spaces Fund was created by the Federation of Calgary Communities (FCC) to help ensure that Calgary's community spaces can continue to enhance our neighbourhoods for many years to come. ENMAX provides $75,000 to the fund annually, supporting the important role that community centres play in improving neighbourhood life in Calgary.

Participating community centres use the funding toward energy efficient appliances and indoor and outdoor lighting upgrades.

FCC community association members can apply for funding twice a year, with deadlines on April 1 and September 30. For more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply, visit the Federation of Calgary Communities website.

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​Stepping up to make a difference

Members of our team were helping out at the Drop-In Centre when they came face-to-face with how a shortage of work boots was impacting people trying to get back to work. They quickly organized a used boot drive, and dropped off 129 pairs of steel-toed boots as well as other work clothing. 

And now that we know the need, we'll continue to collect used boots in the future.

​Used work boots are in demand all year long. You can drop off your used (or new) work boots at the following locations:

Volunteers for High River

​​Volunteer initiatives

Our employees are committed to giving back to organizations that help Albertans. Since 2013, they have donated over 9,100 hours to volunteering.

  • Alberta Children's Hospital
  • Aspen Family Networks
  • Calgary Dream Centre
  • Calgary Food Bank
  • Calgary Homeless Foundation
  • Community Kitchen
  • Distress Centre
  • Drop In Centre
  • Habitat for Humanity Edmonton
  • Lions Festival of Lights

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