2015 Giving Summary - Link Energy
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2015 Giving Summary

This past year has been exciting for us as we had our first full year of operations. As can be expected when taking on worthy and exciting new initiatives, we hit some walls.

Dear customers,

Thank you for continuing your support of Link Energy. This past year has been exciting for us as we had our first full year of operations. As can be expected when taking on worthy and exciting new initiatives, we hit some walls. As a result, we have not achieved the targets we set for ourselves. We have made some changes in response and look forward to 2016 as the turning point in our story.

Due to the hurdles encountered we signed fewer clients than anticipated. This directly impacted the size of our donation pool since our donation pool is a function of revenue. Simply put, when we make money our donations grow in a set manner. Despite these obstacles we are committed to our non-profit partners. The new year brings optimism and commitment that we have overcome the initial roadblocks.

We will be posting the results of our year's sales and client nominations for donation to our non-profit partners. A summary of this information is provided below.

Total flowing volume in 2014: 9,565,531 kWh
Total contribution: $3,786.22
Contribution distribution: 50% divided equally to all partners, 50% divided in accordance with client nominations.

Client Charity Nominations

Charity Support - Percentages

Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank - 15.0%
Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society - 26.0%
Hull Service - 4.2%
Terra Service - 6.0%
Edmonton Food Bank - 15.0%
Edmonton Food Bank - 34.0%

We really believe in this commitment and the goal of creating a socially conscious energy company. As I hope you will agree, any significant endeavour worth doing will be difficult at first. Nonetheless, we have not lost heart and we are determined to quadruple the business in 2016. We look forward to offering you more support this year and every year to come.

Sincerely,

Wayne Burke
President, Link Energy