Energy For All is an Alberta based non-profit dedicated to alleviating poverty by increasing people’s access to clean water, renewable energy and improved wastewater infrastructure services. 

We do this with educational programs and international development projects.

Come and play soccer with us!  Join Energy For All for a fun family soccer day on Sunday September 25th.  Every team is guaranteed 3 games and there will be a prize for the most creative team uniform.

Head to our Events page for more info.

Upcoming Fundraising Events:

Sunday September 25th 2016

Soccer Game Day in Calgary.  Register your team of 7 or more people (minimum 3 women on the field) and come out to play some “footy” or soccer with us.  We guarantee 3 games for each team and there will be door prizes.  All proceeds will go to our international projects and local educational programs.

October 2016 – 3-Day 3-Way Challenge

If you wish to attend one, or any of these events please contact us.


International Projects

“Modern energy services are crucial to human well-being and to a country’s economic development; and yet globally over 1.3 billion people are without access to electricity.”

International Energy Agency

We have several international projects in progress. Please send us a message to find out more.


Local Education

      “This program gives us a chance to really listen to the students’ unique perspective on renewable energy solutions both in less developed countries and here in Canada – and of course they have fun assembling the solar LED lantern”.

Roselyn Himann, Executive Director, Energy for All

We have local renewable energy workshops, please send us a message to find out more.

Join us and participate in one of our projects or help build local awareness.

Support a renewable energy project globally or education program locally

We invite you to learn more about Energy for All by emailing us.

“It’s a humbling moment….incredible week, there are no words to really describe it and what just happened. It’s mind boggling and I am still trying to process what happened. Incredible amount of fun, just the dedication of the locals that we were with, it was just intense, but in a really incredible way”.

Frank Laxshimalla, Participant


Roselyn Himann, Executive Director