Elexicon Energy goes well beyond distributing electricity. We take an active role in supporting not-for-profit organizations and donating to a variety of worthy causes that enrich, empower and make a difference in the lives of people in our service communities. Elexicon has selected six recipients (listed below) that will benefit from this year's tournament proceeds. These recipients play a vital role in contributing to the well-being of the diverse communities we serve, and we are excited to help support their efforts as we power forward together. 

Alzheimer Society of Durham Region is a charitable organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and to support their care partners. Through counselling, support groups, education and social recreation programs, the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region helps ensure those living with dementia have access to the services they need, and their families and care partners are supported and prepared for the journey ahead. Visit their website.


Autism Home Base Durham provides safe, adapted, social and recreational opportunities for autistic adults and their family caregivers. Through virtual, community-based, and on-site programs at their Autism Hub in Bowmanville, they are building social connectivity for the often-overlooked adults still living at home. Visit their website.

Grace Inn Shelter is 21-bed emergency shelter for adults experiencing homelessness in Belleville, with a special focus on dignity, community

and mentorship. Visit their website.




Ontario Tech University's Women for STEM program expands opportunities for female students to fulfill their potential in innovative fields, and inspire and celebrates women as innovators, entrepreneurs and change agents. Visit their website.




Uxbridge Loaves & Fishes Food Bank has been assisting families and individuals in our township since 1989. As a small, local food bank, Loaves & Fishes relies on the generosity of the community to help us support the people in our town who are experiencing food insecurity. We are 100% volunteer run, non-profit organization. Visit their website.




WindReach Farm Foundation supports the programs and services provided by WindReach Farm, a 105-acre facility in Ashburn that uses the farm environment to meet the needs of individuals and all ages with intellectual, physical and mental health challenges. Founded by Sandy Mitchell in 1989, who believed that with determination, hope and a positive attitude, anything is achievable. Visit their website.