At NorthRiver Midstream, we aim to actively support the communities where we live and work. We seek to build stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities.
NorthRiver values the unique cultures within our communities. We strive to create sustainable and measurable benefits in the local and Indigenous communities where we operate.
Our goal is to listen to communities and support them in order to enhance community spirit and culture, safety, and skill development.
BUILDING ON A SOLID FOUNDATION
Our investments are focused on pillars that form the foundation of vibrant and sustainable communities. These pillars are of significance to local stakeholders and Indigenous communities and are aligned with NorthRiver’s values and business objectives.
Community and Culture
Culture within a community is important. We recognize unique cultures in our communities and aim to be partners in building strong communities where citizens can learn, grow and lead.
Health and Safety
Safety is at the heart of all we do. NorthRiver is proud to invest in local initiatives and the organizations that keep our communities, people and the environment safe and healthy.
By removing barriers and increasing access to programs, training and skill development we seek to provide long-term benefits for people, communities and industries.
INVESTMENT IN ACTION
A SMALL INITIATIVE
MAKING A BIG SPLASH
How to Apply
Read through the guidelines to determine eligibility for funding and the timeline for applications that are received. After you’ve reviewed the guidelines, click ‘Apply Now’ to complete your application for NorthRiver’s Community Investment Program. Once your application has been submitted, our team will review it and reach out with a response in the approximate time frame stated below.
The NorthRiver Community Investment Committee will meet to review applications on a quarterly basis.
Guidelines and Information
NorthRiver will evaluate CI opportunities based on:
- Applicability and benefits to Target Recipients and their communities;
- Alignment with the Focus Areas and NorthRiver’s values and business objectives;
- Level and scope of local collaboration and participation within Target Recipients’ communities;
- Sustainability of benefits to Target Recipients and their communities;
- Ability to track and measure impacts to Target Recipients and their communities in both the short- and long-term; and
- Ability to support innovation and entrepreneurial growth.
NorthRiver’s Community Investment Committee will be comprised of the:
- Chief Executive Officer, Brandon Anderson;
- Chief Operating Officer, John Soini;
- Chief Financial Officer, Tom Medvedic and;
- General Counsel & SVP Corporate Services, Tamara Trull.
|Application Date Range
|Mid June to Mid September
|Mid September to Mid January
|Mid January to Mid March
|Mid March to Mid June
|NRM Approximate Response Timing
|First Week of October
|First Week of February
|First Week of April
|First Week of July
NorthRiver will not consider requests from or contribute to the following types of groups or organizations:
- Political activities and organizations;
- Individual sports teams;
- Organizations that discriminate by race, gender or sexual orientation;
- Sectarian/religious activities;
- Individual participation in conferences, trips or tours;
- Fraternal, veteran or labour groups serving only their members;
- Advertising; or
- Family Foundations.
Records will be maintained on CI Committee meetings, CI approvals and refusals and related metrics in the spirit of transparency and openness.
External Affairs will be responsible for communicating all decisions of the CI Committee to the entities making CI requests.
All community investments shall adhere to these guidelines.
READY TO GET STARTED
NorthRiver values the communities where we live and work. We actively work to support and invest in the culture, safety and skills development of these communities.