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Through our Community Partner Program Park Power shares 10% of our electricity usage profits with these deserving charities.  

When you Sign Up with Park Power you get to choose which partner we will share our profits from your bills with.  


The Boys and Girls Club of Strathcona County has served the County community since 2001, enriching the lives of 300 children and youth annually through after-school, spring break and summer camp programs that offer fun, challenging experiences and activities focused on healthy living, personal growth, learning and community involvement.


The altView Foundation for Gender Variant and Sexual Minorities reduces stigmatization and isolation around queer people and ideas by providing advocacy, education and support to Albertans.  (We use queer as a positive identity label that serves as an umbrella for many individuals who might otherwise us Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Trans* as their personal descriptors)



The Festival Place Cultural Arts Foundation (FPCAF) is committed to supporting and promoting Festival Place in Sherwood Park. We also support our community’s emerging artists through grants, promotion and collaboration with schools and other community groups. Our mission is to help increase the awareness of our local artists and to support their artistic development through the furthering of their schooling, mentoring and exposure.

Muscular Dystrophy

The mission of Muscular Dystrophy Canada is to enhance the lives of those affected with neuromuscular disorders by continually working to provide ongoing support & resources while relentlessly searching for a cure through well funded research.  Our vision is to find a cure for neuromuscular disorders in our lifetime.

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The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) works to keep Alberta’s wilderness wild – since 1968! As a collaborative organization, we work with government, forestry and oil industry representatives, and communities to find conservation solutions for Alberta’s wilderness and wildlife. We also advocate for the creation of parks and protected areas in Alberta so that both current and future generations of Albertans can enjoy the nature-based outdoor activities they love.