Funding Guidelines

Husky supports the communities where it operates determining where the need is greatest and whether it aligns with a business objective.

Husky is not able to support every organization that submits a funding request. When considering funding requests, a number of factors are considered:

  • Is the funding request from a registered charity or non profit
  • Does Husky have operations in the area, beyond a retail station
  • Does the request align with a business objective
  • Does the program support a wide cross-section of the community
  • Can the impact of support be measured

Requests are also evaluated through the Company's three funding categories:

  • Health
  • Education
  • Community initiatives

Husky does not provide support for:

  • Advertising, film and videos
  • Camps and conferences
  • Capital campaigns (unless a special circumstance)
  • Government lobbyist activity
  • Individual pursuits
  • International causes (unless recommended by one of its international offices)
  • Membership organizations and private schools
  • Non-registered charities
  • Solicitation activity/mass mailings, etc.
  • Sports (including golf and rodeo)
  • Trips and tours
  • Third-party fundraising
  • Tournaments
  • Religious organizations (except when they represent non-denominational community and social support, such as the Salvation Army, food banks, etc.)