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The GRENLEC Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI) is administered by GRENLEC to contribute to community development through partnerships with community and stakeholder development initiatives in Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

Over the last twenty years, a broad range of our communities and people have been impacted through our programmes valued at fourteen million dollars.

These initiatives are funded through 5% pre-tax profits and are aimed at:


  Improving the quality of life of vulnerable groups and the communities in which GRENLEC operates.
   

  Positively impacting the holistic development of the human resource capital of our nation
   

  Creating opportunities for youth development.

  Fostering the preservation of culture, heritage and safe, clean environments.
   

  Support for sport.

 

   

PRIORITY AREAS

 

 The Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative has six (6) main priority areas: 
 
Social Services/Community Education Environment
     
Grenlec will consider sustainable developmental projects; infrastructural and other sustainable programmes to benefit vulnerable communities. developmental programmes to benefit schools,vulnerable groups and the wider community; programmes that contribute to the development of our nation’s human resource capital. Environmental projects that serve to develop awareness or preserve land-based and marine resources for the benefit of communities.
     
Science and Technology/Energy Sport Arts, Heritage and Culture
     
These programmes and projects that encourage innovation and sustainability; programmes that promote interest in these areas. Infrastructural and/or developmental initiatives of umbrella sporting associations and recognised
stakeholders.
National and parish events; developmental.
     

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