Corporate

This is the Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission’s way of integrating economic and environmental priorities into daily operations. In addition to PEI Liquor’s legislated mandate around social responsibility, the PEI Liquor strives for sustainability across all areas of the business. PEI Liquor is proud of the leadership and innovation the organization has demonstrated to date, and the goal is to continue building on this momentum.

The PEI Liquor invites you to learn more about our growing commitment to the community, the environment and our overall approach to being a responsible retailer!


Red Cross PEI

Red Cross PEI is a summer campaign that generates funds through at cash donations and local store events to support Islanders in times of need. The Red Cross PEI uses these funds to continue its work in our province through a variety of programs ranging from water safety programs to providing food, shelter and support in times of need. Please visit www.redcross.ca for more information on the work of the Red Cross.


Island Nature Trust

Island Nature Trust is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and management of Natural Areas on Prince Edward Island.

The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission is a proud supporter of Island Nature Trust through our “PEI – Ours to Protect” campaign where we will help raise awareness and funds.

Be the change we need to see – help Island Nature Trust help PEI!

For more information please visit www.islandnaturetrust.ca


Paper Hearts Campaign

The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission is a proud supporter of the Heart and Stroke Foundation through the annual Paper Hearts promotion. This national multimedia campaign generates funds to educate Canadians about their risk for heart disease and stroke.

For more information about the work of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, please visit www.heartandstroke.pe.ca

Together we can create more survivors one heart at a time!


Daffodil Pin Campaign

Every year, we invite our Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission customers to purchase daffodil lapel pins in support of the work and research efforts of the Canadian Cancer Society on Prince Edward Island.

The Society’s bright yellow lapel pin is a powerful symbol of strength and courage and provides an opportunity to show support for those living with the disease.

For more information please visit www.cancer.ca.


At Cash Donation Program

The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission permits registered charities to participate in its passive At Cash Donation Program for one calendar month per year.

This program includes all PEI Liquor corporate retail outlets in the province but not privately operated liquor agencies.

Interested registered charities are reminded of the following:

  • The At Cash Donation Program is a passive campaign – no staff solicitation.
  • Registered charities must provide programs or services across the province.
  • Collection periods are limited to one month in a calendar year per registered charity.
  • Beneficiaries are responsible for the drop off and pick up of their donation canisters.

Drop off/pick up location:

Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission
Head Office, 3 Garfield Street, Charlottetown

  • The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission will distribute collection canisters to its corporate retail outlets.
  • A report detailing the total funds raised must be remitted to the Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission by the charity.

Please complete and return the fillable application form below on or before June 1, 2017 to apply for an opportunity in the 2018 calendar year. 

At Cash Donation Program Application form

Please email the attached application to:

Lisa MacKinnon
lmackinnon@liquorpei.com


Staff Dress-Down Days

Proceeds from staff dress-down days and other staff events are donated to the ALS Society of PEI, Canadian Diabetes Association, Easter Seals Society of PEI, IWK Health Centre Foundation, Parkinson Society of Canada, Prince County Hospital Foundation and the QEH Foundation.