At Trans-Northern Pipelines Inc. (TNPI), safety is our priority. Our employees live, work, and play in the communities where we operate. We are committed to the well-being of those communities.

TNPI supports the communities where we operate by working with not-for-profit and charitable organizations that focus on:

  • Environmental protection and preservation
    • Initiatives promoting environmental stewardship
    • Conservation and protection projects aimed at land and water protection
  • Promotion of health, safety, and wellness
    • Programs and initiatives that promote safety awareness
    • Ensure first responders have the resources they need
    • Programs that improve food security
    • Initiatives and community spaces that encourage wellness/healthy lifestyles
  • Encouraging diversity and inclusion
    • Initiatives and projects that foster an appreciation and celebration of Indigenous Peoples
    • Supporting youth leadership

TNPI also extends its community support by matching employee and contractor donations to registered Canadian charities and not-for-profits, effectively doubling the impact to the causes that mean the most to our employees and contractors. In addition, opportunities for employees to become involved in the community through volunteerism and fundraising activities are supported by TNPI.


Requests considered ineligible for TNPI community investment funding include:

  • Events and activities taking place outside of our operating communities
  • For-profit organizations
  • Individuals
  • Political organizations and candidates
  • Religious or sectarian organizations that are for the benefit of the membership community only
  • Third-party fundraisers or professional solicitors
  • Advocacy or special-interest groups
  • Private schools
  • Endowment funds
  • Building funds
  • Private clubs funded through membership fees
  • Feasibility studies
  • Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, or disability
  • Debt-reduction campaigns
  • Retroactive requests
  • Specific health conditions, diseases, or illnesses
  • Organizations that advocate a particular social, moral, religious, or political point-of-view
  • Arts
  • Sports, or sport affiliations and events

How to apply for support

Support is available through monetary and in-kind donations. The Community Investment budget is set in late summer for the next calendar year. Please submit your funding request by completing this online form. TNPI will be in touch with applicants as soon as possible.

Inquiries can be made by contacting us at: [email protected]