In the Community
September 25, 2019

Pembina Consumers Co-op takes extreme pride in being able to give back to our communities. We owe our success to the members of our community who purchase our products and services. Because our continued success depends on the strength of our community, we are committed to being a meaningful contributor for the betterment of our community, our members and our employees.

If you’re making a difference in our community through a non-profit, charitable organization or community group, we welcome your application to one of our local community support programs below:

CAPITAL PROJECTS

Planning for the construction of a new facility or renovation of an existing one?     

Community owned projects such as sports facilities (arena, swimming pool, golf course, etc.), public meeting places (recreation centres, friendship centres), health facilities (hospitals, clinics) and service buildings (daycare, pre-school centres) are all eligible.

LEARN MORE ON COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS — CAPITAL PROJECTS

GENERAL DONATIONS/SPONSORSHIP

Need a one-time donation for a community project or event?

Looking for marketing or team sponsorship?

Apply for a cash or in-kind donation to help support programming, complete projects or improve facilities and services that better our community.

This includes sponsorships and gift card or product donations.

LEARN MORE ON COMMUNITY SUPPORT — EVENTS, ORGANIZATIONS & SPONSORSHIP

4H CLUBS

Is your 4H club looking for sponsorship?

4H has a solid reputation for providing young people with the opportunity to develop leadership skills and promote confidence as kids "learn to do by doing"! 

Sponsorship can assist with reduced membership fees or go towards Achievement Day or Communications! 

Pembina Co-op will focus on supporting 4H clubs within our trading area to assist clubs in providing these opportunities for our young people. 4H clubs are encouraged to submit donation requests early and on an annual basis.

COMMUNITY GRAINS PROJECTS

Various community groups may raise funds for a project or charity through growing a crop and selling the proceeds. Since Pembina Co-op is heavily involved in selling crop inputs, these groups will solicit inputs from the Co-op to grow the crop.

The project must be food grains and a registered charity or community project and must be within Pembina Co-op's trading area with participants who are active members.



Pembina Co-op works to help offset costs of product where possible, and a maximum of $1000 is awarded to each project.

LEARN MORE ON COMMUNITY PARTNERS — 4H CLUBS & COMMUNITY GRAINS PROJECTS


We look forward to working with you to build a better community.  If you have any questions, we would be happy to help!  Please email our Community Support Committee at communitysupport@pembinacoop.ca

In the Community

Check out some of the local organizations and causes that we’re proud to support.


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