About our funders

Thank you to the following generous funders who make our work possible!

Suncor LogoSuncor Energy Foundation supports our work to help students become literate around environment, energy, and climate change.

Shell Canada supports Alberta Green Schools in seven school divisions  to help them be transformational leaders in environmental and energy education. The goal is to help schools deepen their environmental and energy education by providing professional learning and planning time.
Funding from the Edmonton Community Foundation supports our core operations (through an anonymous donor advised fund). Our '150 ways schools show climate leadership' Earth Day, April 22nd 2017 in Edmonton was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Edmonton Community Foundation, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast. 
The Calgary Foundation supports our work to increase the environmental and energy literacy of Calgary students. Our '150 ways schools show climate leadership' November 4th, 2017 event in Calgary is made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Calgary Foundation, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast. 
ConocoPhillips Canada supports our work with school divisions to be transformational leaders in environmental and energy education through our program Alberta Green Schools. Additionally, they support our teacher professional learning to increase the environmental and energy literacy of Alberta students. They also support ACEE's Alberta Climate Leadership Youth Network to empower student voice and leadership in dialogue with education leaders.
Mountain Equipment Co-op supports Get Outside and Play Week, a program of the Get Outside and Play Early Childhood Network that will take place May 27 - June 3, 2017. An Alberta-wide celebration of outdoor nature play in early childhood. Childcare centres and families will directly experience the benefits of nature connection and outdoor play and will be provided with resources, skills and inspiration to continue to spend time outdoors in nature beyond Get Outside and Play Week.
ABCRCAlberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation supports the '150 Ways Alberta Schools Show Climate Leadership' November 4th, 2017 event showcasing students and teachers efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and steward the environment.
Alberta Depot supports the Alberta Climate Leadership Youth Network, helping these students take the next steps in climate leadership.
TransAlta supports the '150 Ways Alberta Schools Show Climate Leadership' November 4th, 2017 event showcasing students and teachers efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and steward the environment.
The Chawkers Foundation supports our work to help students become literate around environment, energy, and climate change.
Alberta Culture and Tourism, Recreation Division supports the Get Outside and Play Early Childhood Network. This program works with early childhood educators, families and communities to get more young children (age 0-5) outside to play and connect with nature.

     

RBC Learn to Play Project is funded by RBC and the Public Health Agency of Canada in partnership with ParticipACTION. This project is funding the development and delivery of a workshop for early childhood educators focused on outdoor play and physical literacy.

 

 

 

 

Our '150 ways schools show climate leadership' Earth Day, April 22nd 2017 in Edmonton and our November 4th, 2017 Calgary event are made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Edmonton Community Foundation, the Calgary Foundation, and the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast.