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Apply now if you are a non-profit looking for a donation or complimentary internet, as we provide free internet and funding to local nonprofits, charities, and events.

How It Works

  • You subscribe to MCSnet

    You sign up for high-speed internet in your rural community

  • We give back to Albertan organizations

    Local nonprofits receive free internet, donations, and sponsorships

  • Real Albertans gain real connections

    Rural communities get the internet access and funding they need to prosper

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Helping Albertans Prosper

Your MCSnet subscription helps give back to local organizations that are vital to Alberta’s communities.

Local Societies & Associations

Sports teams, community leagues, agricultural societies

Nonprofits & Charities

Museums, libraries, arts foundations, youth and seniors clubs

Community Events

Rodeos, concerts, festivals, agricultural fairs, business conferences


How We Give

No matter where you set down roots, you deserve access to fast and reliable internet. Thanks to you, we’re building an Alberta where everyone’s connected.

Free Internet Partnerships

Discounted or complimentary internet services in your building

Direct Donations

One-time funding for a specific need, event, or cause


Long-term strategic partnerships to uplift local organizations

Community Pillars

From agriculture to youth and technology, your subscription goes toward organizations that align with our values.


Events that gather the community together to celebrate the agricultural industry and its traditions, such as rodeos and agriculture expositions.


Empowering youth aged 15 to 24 to live a life with no boundaries through learning opportunities, support systems, or unique experiences.


Encouraging technological innovation related to the internet or educating the public on the topic.


July 12, 2023 | Alberta Connected

Community Connections: Little Warriors and the Be Brave Ranch

As one of Alberta’s largest fixed wireless internet providers, MCSnet is enhancing its existing privately-owned network and tower infrastructure through innovation and continuous upgrades. While we are hyperfocused on bringing fast internet to the countryside, we are also focused on supporting the communities we serve through our Community Connections program. As an Alberta-based and family-owned…

October 25, 2022 | Alberta Connected

Community Connections: Victoria Trail Agricultural Society

The Victoria Trail Agricultural Society (VTAS) is a not-for-profit community group that provides programs, services, and facilities to Waskatenau, Alberta, and the surrounding area. They recently acquired MCSnet’s complimentary internet service, and we’re excited to hear how our Community Connections Program has made a difference in their organization. What’s your mission, purpose, and passion as…

January 18, 2023 | Alberta Connected

Community Connections: Second Chance Animal Rescue Society

Second Chance Animal Rescue Society, also known as SCARS, has just opened a new rescue center in Morinville, Alberta, and has its original location in Athabasca, Alberta. The Morinville location is a recipient of FREE monthly internet that is a part of our Community Connections program. Since this partnership began, we have wanted to share…

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for our Community Connections program, your organization must:

  • Fall under at least one of MCSnet’s community investment pillars (agriculture, youth, technology)
  • Be located within MCSnet’s service coverage area
  • Align with MCSnet’s values
  • Not compete with stakeholders’ best interests

Apply to Our Community Connections Program

Fill out the following form to submit your application.

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