Bellatrix in the Community
Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. recognizes the need to be a responsible and caring citizen of Canada. Bellatrix provides both financial and non-financial contributions to communities in close proximity to its operations. Bellatrix’s community investment programs are strategically aligned to promote environmental stewardship, education and the arts & culture.
Bellatrix’s 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report
Bellatrix’s Corporate Responsibility Report is directed to all internal and external stakeholders. This Corporate Responsibility Report is designed to provide context around our corporate responsibility initiatives, including how the Company’s efforts relate to the broader economic, environmental, and social conditions in which we operate. Bellatrix plans to release its Corporate Responsibility Report at least every second year with the next report scheduled for mid-year 2018.
Corporate Responsibility Report - 2016
Bellatrix regularly engages with many diverse Aboriginal communities and organizations across Alberta. Bellatrix believes that sustainable relationships with Aboriginal communities are built on respect, integrity and trust.
Establishing mutually-beneficial relationships with Aboriginal communities through open dialogue, employment, sponsorships, training and business development is essential to the long-term sustainability of our operations.
Bellatrix employees are more than their work. Many employees give back to their communities, donating their money and time to support local charities. Bellatrix encourages employees to assist their favorite charities through our matching gifts program, where Bellatrix matches employee contributions to approved, registered charities.
Bellatrix looks to create long-lasting strategic partnerships that focus on measurable results. In an effort to ensure our corporate contributions are put to their most effective use, we have established clear guidelines:
- The organization must be located in and/or serving an Bellatrix community
- The organization should be a registered charity which is eligible to issue official tax receipts for donations, or an established non-profit community organization
- The organization must be in sound financial condition
- The organization must address the community’s most pressing short and long-term needs
- The organization must identify the degree of stakeholder support including the amount of
funding received from other sources
- The organization must identify the ratio of administrative expenses to overall project costs
Please contact Shauna Mason, Manager Corporate Affairs, for more information on how to apply - firstname.lastname@example.org