Corporate citizenship

We exist to help fuel people’s quality of life, by building trust, empowering employees and delivering societal value through collaborations and contributions in communities where we live and work.

Our approach

We place a high priority on the role we can play in contributing to the safety, vitality and sustainability of our communities. It’s important to Enbridge and our employees that we help our communities to be resilient—to become more stable and stronger in the face of the unique physical, social, and economic challenges before them.

Our goal is to not just give, but to enable. We do this by partnering with organizations that champion solutions for safety, environmental and social issues.

We focus on collaboration with communities, Indigenous groups and partners to identify and develop opportunities to build community partnerships and support networks, and foster constructive relationships.

We’re also keenly focused on engaging and empowering employees to volunteer and contribute to our communities. Enbridge employees have a strong sense of connection to their communities and a long history of involvement. Their energy and efforts are recognized by the company through dollars for hours volunteered, matching grants and support for fundraising.


$23M contributed to over 2,900 organizations
$7.8M for United Way chapters
1000+ volunteer opportunities and matching gifts through projects and over 13,954 volunteer hours



Drone offers bird’s-eye view for emergency responders

In Oxford, Nova Scotia, a Safe Community grant from Enbridge supported the addition of a thermal imaging drone to several fire departments—allowing aerial visual access to some of the most hazardous emergency response scenarios.

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Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority

Enbridge embarked on a 5-year partnership with the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority on their Clear Creek Conservation Project to develop new wetlands along the Point Pelee bird migration corridor.

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Homeless man

Nameless Coalition for the Homeless

In February 2016, the newly formed Nameless Coalition for the Homeless opened the Wolfe Center shelter in Minnesota, serving people with active substance abuse disorders.

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Related links

To learn about the more than 2,900 initiatives Enbridge supports in North America:

Enbridge's 2019 Community Investments interactive map

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