Our employees don't just work to serve the communities of Cambridge, North Dumfries and the County of Brant - many of us live here too. A charitable and giving spirit is alive and growing at Energy+.  We are proud of our reputation as a good neighbour, lending a hand when needed in the communities we serve.

 Donations, Sponsorships and In-Kind Support

Community Living Cambridge staff with babiesEnergy+ Inc. is committed to supporting the communities it serves, through corporate donations, sponsorships and in-kind support. Last year, we supported over 40 non-profit organizations in our local communities. 

Primary consideration may be given to non-profit or charitable organizations that support health, safety, child and youth development and families. Consideration is also given to donation requests that support community music, theatre and the arts.

To request a Corporate Donation

To request a Sponsorship or In-Kind Support


Regrettably, we can't provide support to:

  • organizations which are not tax exempt (non-profit)
  • religious, ethnic or political organizations unless their services or resources are available equally to all other groups
  • individuals or teams
  • agencies which receive funds from United Way, as Energy+ and its employees support the local United Way directly
  • endowment funds
  • lottery ticket sales campaigns.
 Education Partnerships

Conestoga College Excellence Award ceremonyPost-Secondary Awards

In partnership with the University of Waterloo and Conestoga College, Energy+ provides annual financial awards to post-secondary students, who are pursuing full-time studies in energy-related programs. Recipients are selected by the post-secondary institution.

University of Waterloo - Energy+ Green Energy Graduate Diploma Scholarship

Conestoga College - Electrical Engineering Technology Excellence Award

Conestoga College - Energy Systems Technology Excellence Award 

Co-operative Education

Energy+ offers co-op and summer student opportunities in many departments, providing students with an opportunity to build experience in their field, while completing their studies. Careers

Community and First-Responder Training

We regularly extend our commitment to safety beyond the work environment into the communities we serve, by providing electrical safety training for school-age children and community organizations. Our Hazard Hamlet simulator is a popular feature at community events such as Fire Safety Day.


 Public EV Charging Stations

Chevy Volt charging at EV stationEnergy+ believes that the adoption of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and electric vehicles (EV) will help our community reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, while using low cost, locally-produced electricity. Our fleet includes a hybrid electric car (Chevrolet Volt) and a hybrid bucket truck. 

Customers, visitors, employees may access two, high-powered Level 2 EV charging stations at our Cambridge employee parking lot, at 1500 Bishop St. North. Overnight parking is not allowed and vehicles left overnight may be towed.

To find an EV charging station near you, please visit the Plug Share Charging Station mapElectric Vehicle Discovery Centre

 Employee Giving

Employees wearing hockey jerseys holding signEmployees wear jeans throughout the year and contribute to local agencies including Haven House, Heart & Stroke Foundation, The Lung Association, Cambridge Shelter, Nutrition for Learning, St. Monica House, Lissard House, Sick Kids Foundation, Cambridge Memorial Hospital Oncology Unit, Send ‘em Off Smiling, Breast Cancer Society, Salvation Army and the local SPCAs. 

Employees volunteer generously of their own time at many community events and festivals across the service territory including Springtime in Paris, Sick Kids Beach Volleyball Tournament, St. George Applefest and community Santa parades each year.


 United Way Workplace Campaign

Employees wearing red shirts at pizza lunchOver the past 20 years, Energy has raised over $550,000 for the United Way agencies it supports. Its annual workplace campaign often exceeds its campaign goal through generous employee payroll pledges, as well as employee-organized events held throughout the year. A corporate employer contribution that matched employee pledges dollar-for-dollar.