24/7 ELECTRIC IN THE COMMUNITY
24/7 Electric is dedicated to supporting local organizations committed to making things better in the communities we live in. It is our commitment to give of our time, raise funds for programs and bring awareness to these organizations and the important work that they do.
Over and above this, our employees’ commit to participate in build days and volunteer their time to associations in the communities they live.
Check back soon for more events
3rd Annual – Be Seen on Halloween – Calgary, AB
Come and see us at the Auburn Bay Community Center (200 Auburn Bay Blvd SE) October 31st 6:30pm – 8pm. Warm up with some hot chocolate and get your free flashlight to light, be safe and be seen as you trick or treat.
2nd Annual – Be Seen on Halloween – Calgary, AB
Come and see us at the Auburn Bay Community Center (200 Auburn Bay Blvd SE) October 31st 6:30pm – 8pm and get your free flashlight and reflective sticker. Warm up with some hot chocolate and enter to win a Mike Holmes’ Whole Home Surge Protection Package.
Redstone 2015 – Calgary, AB
24/7 Electric challenged competing businesses to set aside competition for 1 day and participate in the Sparky’s Giving Back 2015 Build Day. It was humbling to work with so many great electricians on the Habitat for Humanity Redstone Project. The new development in the north east Calgary community of Redstone, will be comprised of seven semi-detached buildings in which fourteen local families will call home. Each home will be approximately 1,030 sq. ft. and will meet the building specifications and architectural design requirements of the community.
– We are Building Up Lives Together –
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