Community Involvement

Surge is committed to being a great partner, a trusted member, and meaningful contributor to the development and enhancement of communities where we live and work through contributions to community-based projects and charitable donations.

Committed to being a good neighbour

Our philanthropic activities are approached in a strategic manner by a committee of volunteer Surge employees who assist in the assessment, allocation, and coordination of our charitable resources.

This committee adheres to a written policy based on prioritizing building healthy community relationships, supporting those in need, and advancing initiatives in sports, arts, science, or education. Our committee proactively reaches out to the communities where we operate to partner on local projects, and they also consider incoming requests by communities and charitable organizations seeking financial, time, or other support from Surge.

We have a proven track record of initiatives that involve significant multi-year commitments as well as one-time donations or event sponsorships as seen below:

Surge Energy employees receiving award of excellence

United Way of Calgary & Area

2021 Award of Excellence Winner - Surge is proud to be the winner of the 2021 Award of Excellence in the under 250 employees category.

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Child with brown bagged lunch at her desk in classroom

Brown Bagging for Calgary’s Kids

Tackling Hunger & Food Insecurity - Surge has been fortunate enough to engage its employees in a wide range of volunteer opportunities in past years that included quarterly visits to Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids.

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STARS helicopter

STARS Ambulance

Helping STARS Carry Out Life Saving Missions - Surge Energy has made a multi-year commitment to STARS

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Dessert in martini glass with branded Surge Energy element

Wood’s Homes Foundation

Supporting Children's Mental Health - Surge has partnered with Wood’s Homes on numerous events and programs.

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La Glace Regional Recreation Centre

La Glace & District Agricultural Society

Helping Build a Recreation Centre - Surge partnered with the La Glace Ag Society with a $50,000 contribution.

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