Husky works with municipal, Indigenous and business leaders, as well as charitable organizations to identify community needs. The community investment program builds and strengthens meaningful relationships. Priority funding areas include education and training, health and wellness, and community building initiatives. Health facilities and programs are essential to a healthy, sustainable community. Husky’s investments in health and wellness include preventive education and training, outreach programs and research, and investing in equipment for hospitals and health centres that support physical and mental health initiatives.
Thank you, Husky Energy, for choosing to invest in Wellspring Calgary’s mission and work!
In August 2018, a lovely group of Husky retirees volunteered at Carma House to help support those with cancer. A green “thumbs up” to our Husky retirees in Calgary who joined together on August 20 to volunteer at Carma House. Husky retirees worked diligently to beautify the gardens of Carma House, and reign-in (with a great deal of TLC) a 12-foot hedge. Suzan Valenta said, “On behalf of everyone at Wellspring and the members we serve, thank you to the Husky Retirees Club. All around our garden, the hedges now look amazing! We were so grateful to have the retirees here, and to introduce them to Wellspring Calgary.” Suzan adds that many of us are touched by cancer in some way, whether it is a friend, neighbour or family member. “Now they (Husky retirees) know about us and can be ambassadors to let those who are facing cancer know about the support and services offered at no charge to our community. Thank you again!”