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Community Involvement


Partnering With The Community

Published on July 22, 2016

The Electricians believe in giving back to our local community and have helped out a number of local organizations. We partnered with Friends of Firefighters to install strobe lighting attached to smoke detectors in ten homes around Brantford as a safety solution for the hearing impaired. Each year we assist the United Way with their ‘BIG sale’ by connecting all the power needed for the cash registers. The Electricians have also donated over $1000 in back packs for local back to school programs so that every child has the supplies they need to start their school year right. We are proud to support an orphanage in Guatemala called For the Love of Mateo by helping with paying their rent. Over fifty children call the orphanage home.

The Electricians Supporting Local Sport

Published on July 22, 2016

Over the years The Electricians have sponsored a number of different local sports teams. We have sponsored Brantford minor Soccer - both indoor and outdoor, The Brantford Red Sox, as well as Brantford Minor Baseball. As a past player and coach at the Brantford Harlequins Rugby Club we have a vested interest in seeing the club thrive. We assist the club with maintenance throughout the year, as well as sponsor the junior programs, which allows us to share the love of the sport with the next generation. Recently we have provided the opportunity for over thirty children to be a part of a ‘learn to play’ rugby program that operates out of local community centers throughout the winter months. We believe that all kids should have the opportunity to stay active and test their interest in a great sport like Rugby.

From Co-op To Career

Published on July 22, 2016

We strongly believe in giving local students an opportunity to explore our field through high school co-op programs. The Electricians take on three to five students each semesters from local schools and share with them the skills and tools of our industry. We are proud to say that most of our employees have started out as co-op students. Many of our co-op students have showed great interest and promise over their five months of training in their program. When we recognize a student with potential we offer a full time apprenticeship position and welcome them as part of our team.