At SNC-Lavalin, we are committed to our responsibilities as a corporate citizen.

As a leading global engineering firm, the scope of our work impacts hundreds of communities around the world where our employees, business partners and other stakeholders live and work.

SNC-Lavalin’s approach to donations and sponsorships aims to support ideas and initiatives with the potential to stimulate progress and build the future. Our goal is to have a positive impact on communities, learning and innovation.

In order to achieve this goal, we are primarily contributing to educational causes, particularly initiatives that support the next generation of talent. We also encourage local charities that help build caring communities.

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*New requests: Please note that SNC-Lavalin's 2020 Donations and Sponsorship corporate budget has been fully allocated. Therefore, we cannot accept any new requests for the current year. We have helped support a very large number of initiatives that will have a decisive impact on the communities we serve.

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Examples of partnerships in our communities:

SNC-Lavalin is proud to have contributed a total donation of $7,790. Direct employee donations reached $2,395, which the company matched, doubling the amount. SNC-Lavalin has also made an additional donation of $3,000, a symbolic $100 per year since the femicide. “The majority of the 14 victims were mechanical engineering students who could have become our employees. As an employer who believes in the importance and strength of workplace diversity, we must help more young women to become engineers and contribute to the richness of a more inclusive, innovative and high-performing sector,” explains Erik J. Ryan, Executive Vice-President, Strategy, Marketing and External Relations. 

We are partnering with Alloprof, a charitable organization that offers elementary and high school students free help with their homework. Our donation is being used to create, promote and host a virtual education assistance tool for students who are struggling with certain school subjects.

We are supporting a local community in Embalenhle, South Africa by bringing hygiene, kitchen facilities and recreational areas to a day care centre. The Lighthouse Day Care Centre is a non-profit organisation that provides free day care for children aged 2-6 years while their parents are at work.

We were proud to support the Seize Your Future leadership program that supports young women of the Greater Montreal area in Canada who are aged 15 to 20 and eager to carry out a community project while benefiting from the guidance of a pre-eminent female mentor as well as leadership training.

We have been a longstanding supporter of United Way for nearly 30 years, thanks to the generous contributions made by our employees. The United Way/Centraide Canada is a non-profit organization that raises funds across Canada for local groups addressing community issues such as unemployment, affordable housing and shelters.

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