Community Contributions Program

MEGlobal enjoys playing an active role in the communities in which we operate, and is committed to enhancing the quality of life wherever we can. Our Community Contributions Program supports projects that demonstrate measurable, significant positive impact and align with at least one element of our sustainability philosophy: economic prosperity, social responsibility and environmental stewardship.

Key features of our Community Contributions Program are:

  • Partnering with organizations that meet a need and are valued in communities where we operate
  • Strategic partnerships that align with at least one element of sustainable development
  • Funding arrangements that are $500 and higher

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Ellis Bird Farm

MEGlobal is a major sponsor of the Ellis Bird Farm, a working farm and a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Mountain Bluebirds, Tree Swallows and other native cavity-nesting birds. The Farm is located opposite to our Prentiss manufacturing site in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. During the summer months, the Ellis Bird Farm is open to visitors to walk the trails and beautiful gardens, and discover the world’s largest outdoor collection of bluebird nest boxes. For more information:

MEGlobal Athletic Park

In 2010, MEGlobal proudly became signature sponsor of the MEGlobal Athletic Park in Lacombe. In the years since, the park has developed into a first-rate facility for sport and entertainment events in the region, with more than 50,000 hours of use in 2016 alone. Sports include lacrosse, soccer, rugby, football and quidditch, and 2017 will see the installation of a full size exterior basketball court. The 2017 Alberta High School Provincial games are being hosted at the MEGlobal Athletic Park, bringing up to 4,000 players and fans to Lacombe over two days in the fall. For more information and events listings, visit

The North West Mounted Police Fort Saskatchewan

Putting the “Fort” in Fort Saskatchewan
The North West Mounted Police Fort Saskatchewan was in operation on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River from 1875 to 1885. Although the original Fort was taken down, the community’s name “stuck” throughout history, and it seemed to be a missing piece in Fort Saskatchewan’s identity. The City of Fort Saskatchewan struck a plan to restore a representation of the Fort and in 2011, MEGlobal made a multi-year funding commitment to the project that has become a source of local pride as well as wider tourist attraction. Today, the Fort Heritage Precinct is a formidable site, providing those who visit with an exciting link to a proud and colourful history.