Community Partnerships

Fostering strong and genuine relationships with our stakeholders and the communities in which we operate is imperative at Crew.  Our proactive approach to community interaction starts with communication and engagement.  We focus on the needs of local organizations and community groups.

Crew Cares

Crew’s approach to all aspects of our business is designed to impact all our stakeholders positively. Consistent with this tenet, we have initiated an employee-led Crew Cares program.  The program provides staff the opportunity to volunteer with select charities, enabling Crew to contribute meaningfully to the community and build relationships within the organization with fellow employees.

As a family-focused company, every holiday season, Crew selects a charity supporting families in need during the holidays. In true competitive spirit, many discipline teams compete to collect the most items!

Taking Initiative

An initiative that Crew is particularly proud of is its ongoing involvement with the Calgary Food Bank’s “Put the Boots to Hunger” over the past 10 years, which has supported the purchase of food for 191 families in need.

From 2018-2020 alone, Crew has donated $30,000 to this wonderful cause that supports the many facing food insecurity in our community.

“With the support of Crew Energy, the Calgary Food Bank brand was visible to not just the Calgary community, but nationally and that brand exposure is significant for the organization. It’s an event that has generated donations over $4-million dollars in food and funds since 2008. This is an incredible accomplishment and truly would not be possible without companies like Crew Energy and their support of this campaign.”

-Calgary Food Bank

 

Community Giving

COVID-19 has impacted our in-person volunteering efforts.  Our employees continue to be engaged with the community through donations and volunteering opportunities where health and safety protocols are properly followed.

580,000

Since 2017, Crew has donated over $580,000 to charities and local community groups and initiatives