The people at TransCanada are by no means stupid. While the fate of the northern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is still in regulatory limbo, the southern end is up and running. It's also still unpopular but TransCanada is stepping up and doing what all oil and pipeline companies should do -- providing a little cash lubricant.
Photo by Teddy Kwok Maybe money can buy love.
Yep, right now if you've got a nonprofit organization that is in need of a little funding, you can step up and apply for a grant from TransCanada. The company is running the grants through the East Texas Communities Foundation, doling out up to $5,000 per grant to nonprofits in 18 counties, including Harris. Nonprofits interested in applying for a grant have until May 15."TransCanada likes to support the areas where their actual employees live, not just the places where they have pipelines," East Texas Communities Foundation Program Director Mary Lynn Smith says.More »