Sponsorships

H​ydro One is proud to support a variety of community-based events throughout Ontario. It's our way of connecting with our customers and communities. If you're orga​nizing an event, we'd like to hear from you. 

We prefer to support local community events that attract a broad audience; they should be one of the major events on the community calendar.

Preference is given to events that occur in Hydro One communities. For the map of Hydro One's service territories, please click here. Because we cover such a large geographic area, we make every attempt to spread our support throughout Ontario.

While we applaud charities that raise funds through special events, we prefer to support charitable organizations through our Community Donations Program, not through sponsorship. Exceptions may be made where a number of our employees are volunteers with the organization.

Upcoming Sponsorships

  

image of the Hydro One Avenue road sign within the grounds of the International Plowing MatchHydro One is proud to sponsor the following events: 2016 International Plowing Match, September 20-24, 2016 in Harriston, Ontario (Town of Minto).

  

Sponsorship Guidelines

Hydro One is proud to sponsor community-based events. Preference is given to those events that are:

  • Organized and executed by not-for-profit community groups and municipalities
  • Provide an opportunity for Hydro One employees to volunteer
  • Are held in Hydro One communities.

In addition, Hydro One will sponsor children's and youth sports teams through our Employee Volunteer Grant Program.

Exclusions

  • Events held in support of political parties, ridings, associations and candidates
  • Religious organizations for sacred or sectarian purposes
  • Commercial events.

How do I apply?  

 1Ensure that your organization or project aligns with our sponsorship guidelines: Take our Eligibility Survey. Review our list of ineligible organizations and projects in the Exclusions list above. If you see that your request falls outside of our giving guidelines, it is unlikely that your request will be approved.
 2Read our application guide so that you can assemble and prepare the information you will require to apply through our easy-to-use online application form.
 3 Open our online application form, complete and submit it.

 

Once you apply

When you submit your completed online application, you will receive an email confirming receipt of your request. After we conduct a preliminary review of your application, we will update you on the status of your request by email within 30 business days of your submission.

Due to the large volume of requests we receive, email is the best method of keeping you up-to-date regarding the status of your request.

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