Community Partnership

Community Organizations

Sabal Trail’s community investments are guided by a core set of criteria. In alignment with our charitable giving practices, Sabal Trail believes in supporting community programs with a focus on Education and Workforce Development, Community Vitality and Environmental Stewardship. We consider investment and sponsorship opportunities in communities where Sabal Trail operates that are:

  • Within a 10- mile radius of our pipeline right-of-way or near our operations
  • Of prime importance to the community
  • Beneficial to the greatest possible number of people
  • Significant to the long-term interests of the community
  • Supportive of one of our core values that we view as integral for a sustainable community

For more information on how to apply for a community grant, please contact us via the contact page.

Emergency Response Organizations:

Sabal Trail’s Safe Community program is specifically for first responders providing safety along the company’s project corridor rights-of-way. The Safe Community program awards grants of up to $7,500 for safety equipment, professional training, or safety education programs to organizations invited to apply, including fire departments, emergency medical and rescue services, emergency management organizations, 9-1-1 centers, ambulance services and law enforcement organizations. (Please note that funding requests should match the cost of the need, not standardly request the maximum of $7500.)

The safety of the communities near our projects and operations, and the people who live and work along our system, remain our highest priority. That’s why we’re proud to support the organizations that help keep communities safe.

Emergency response organizations invited to apply for a Safe Community grant can expect a funding decision by June or by December, depending on the date of application.

Organizations receiving funding will be asked to provide a final report detailing the results and benefits achieved through the funded project, program, or campaign.

For more information on how to apply for the Safe Community grant, please click here.

A printable fact sheet is also available here.

Please note

Meeting Sabal Trail's core set of community investment criteria does not guarantee funding. In spite of our significant investment in communities, we are unable to support all worthy, well-qualified organizations. Criteria may vary by location.