Woodfibre LNG announces that it has increased its contributions to Squamish non-profits
by CM Staff
Woodfibre's Community Partnership Program aims to support a broad range of local not-for-profit organizations located in the town of Squamish where Woodfire operates.
SQUAMISH — WoodfibreLNG Limited, a subsidiary of Pacific Energy Limited, a company involved in the production of sustainable natural gas, and a member of the Royal Golden Eagle group of companies founded by Sukanto Tanoto, announced that it has increased its contributions in community grants by doubling its annual contribution to its Community Partnership Program from 2021.
Woodfibre’s Community Partnership Program aims to support a broad range of local not-for-profit organizations located in the town of Squamish where Woodfire operates, within the Canadian province of British Columbia. For the current year, special consideration was given to organizations with services related to search and rescue (particularly marine safety), health and wellbeing, and sports and recreation.
“This is the highest demand we have ever seen for our annual community grants, and we are delighted to offer funding to every local organization that applied,” said Woodfibre LNG president Christine Kennedy. “Woodfibre LNG is committed to putting community first. It’s a part of our project philosophy, and enshrined in our company values. We are looking forward to continuing our work with community groups in order to make Squamish a thriving and healthy place to live for many years to come.”
Woodfibre LNG opens its Community Partnership Program for applications each year in the spring. Organizations interested in applying in 2023 can visit https://woodfibrelng.ca/about-woodfibre/community/community-partnership-program/ for more information.