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The Evergreens Foundation Uses Its Seniors Facilities For Good
Seniors Affordable Housing Provider’s Buildings Set to Empower their Residents
Not only will The Evergreens Foundation realize lower operating costs through competitive pricing via Sponsor Energy, but they will also benefit on every kWh of electricity consumed at their facilities allowing them to focus resources toward the heart of their mandate.
Carolyn Martin, Sponsor Energy CEO, states: “We are hoping this will really catch on in Jasper, Edson, Hinton, Grande Cache areas and encourage other commercial or residential customers to make the switch and choose this very worthy organization – while saving money on their own bills. A win-win for seniors!”
About Sponsor Energy
Sponsor Energy is an energy company that allows customers to “use their power for good” by turning their power bills into dollars for local charities. For every kilowatt of power used by any residential or commercial customer, Sponsor Energy donates 50% of its profits to the community partner chosen by that customer. Sponsor Energy has partnered with 50 charities across Alberta ranging from food banks to homeless shelters to health organizations, animal welfare organizations and various other charities (http://www.sponsorenergy.com/
About The Evergreens Foundation
The Evergreens Foundation is a non-profit housing management body that has been providing affordable housing options to seniors, individuals and families for over fifty years. Located in Hinton, Alberta, they provide support to the surrounding communities of Hinton, Edson, Jasper, Grande Cache and Evansburg, offering seniors lodges, seniors apartments, family housing units and numerous rent supplement designations.
Use your POWER for GOODTM
Sponsor Energy Inc.
Carolyn Martin, CEO
#200, 1212–9 Ave SE Calgary, AB T2G0T1 www.sponsorenergy.com
The Evergreens Foundation
Tina Szegi, CAO
102 Government Rd. Hinton, AB T7V 2A6 I www.evergreensfoundation.com
Sponsor Energy Inc.
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