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We’re committed to giving back to our communities and teaching others how to stay safe. Through our partnerships we are supporting safety training and promoting safe play across Ontario.
By supporting organizations who energize life for so many, we’re building safer and
more resilient communities
Since 2000, Hydro One has provided important support to help the ACT Foundation train high school students in CPR across Ontario. The Foundation has already established the CPR program in more than 800 high schools and more than 2.8 million youth across Ontario have been trained to date. ACT raises funds for CPR mannequins and AED training units for all high schools, trains teachers as CPR instructors for their students and guides schools in program set-up.
We’ve partnered with the Coaches Association of Ontario to launch Safe Sport 101, a virtual resource hub providing safety tools and resources for coaches so they can keep sport safe, fun and inclusive. The partnership also debuted the Hydro One Safe Play award, as part of CAO's annual Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards, and the Return to Coaching Community Grant to provide support for coaches and teams to continue to play safe.
In 2021, we supported Feed Ontario, the province’s largest collective of hunger-relief organizations, by donating an equivalent of 450,000 meals to those in need.
Through our partnership with Jack.org, we are addressing a growing demand for mental health resources. The partnership brings free, virtual mental health talks – Jack Talks – to young people and their families across Ontario. Jack Talks are delivered by trained youth speakers and use a peer-to-peer approach to educate youth audiences on how to get involved in Jack.org’s youth mental health revolution.
Scouting isn’t an activity or setting—it’s a discovery. In partnership with Hydro One, Scouts Canada provides free, engaging activity resources for families through the No One Left Behind subsidy program.
Our Community Investment program is committed to supporting to communities where we live and work. Through local donations and sponsorships, we are helping build safe communities. We support programs, events and initiatives that focus on safety training and safe play. We encourage you to apply and tell us how your organization is making communities safer.
Indigenous communities and charities registered at the provincial or federal level
Providing provincial or significant regional coverage
Able to demonstrate measurable impacts and achievements
We provide donations to community projects, initiatives and programs that align with our
commitment to building safe communities. Applications are
reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Applications must be submitted through our online application form to be considered for funding.
The following types of organizations/proposals are not eligible for Community Investment funding:
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 with the status of your request.
We’re committed to supporting Ontario organizations and communities by funding projects that focus on the physical, psychological and emotional safety of Ontarians.
In August, we hosted a groundbreaking at The Dryden Recreation Centre to launch the construction of a new family-friendly and inclusive change room, made possible with funding from our Energizing Life initiative.
We’re supporting Let’s Move, Municipality of Tweed to enhance the Tweed Recreation Area’s outdoor trail system with a new walking loop, and additional rest areas and benches for all residents to enjoy.
Through our support, KidSport is able to help upwards of 150 kids play their favourite sport this upcoming season; kids who otherwise would be left on the sidelines.
We’re supporting the Simcoe Early Education Development Centre (S.E.E.D.S) as they meet COVID-19 challenges head-on with an innovative program designed to support parents, their children, and skilled classroom educators.
We’re proud to work with Kawartha Food Share. Together, we are helping build safe communities by ensuring that residents in the Peterborough and surrounding county have safe and reliable access to nutritious food items
In support of Ontario-based Indigenous businesses, we’re proud to share our new grant program in partnership with the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business.
New grant program provides coaches with the tools they need to get back to playing safely in-person. The grant is part of our ongoing Safe Sport 101 partnership.
We’re proud to have helped the ACT Foundation develop their new online learning tool. For over 20 years, together we have helped to train over 2.8 million high school students in CPR and AED
Power to Give supports Hydro One employees in giving back to causes they care about through fundraising, volunteer opportunities and awareness building.
Hydro One is proud to power the communities where we live, work and play, but we are also proud of all the ways in which we power the well-being of those communities. Hydro One employees are the driving force behind our company’s achievements, which go beyond delivering electricity. Our achievements reach into the communities that we serve and impact the lives of our customers and fellow Ontarians.
Power to Give supports hundreds of charities across the province that are selected by our employees.