Doing good feels really good - 10% of our profits go back to the community.

Is there no end to your feel goodness? Nope. You also power good in the community thanks to the 10% of our profit we donate to good causes. The money goes to all kinds of local charities, clubs, fundraisers and businesses.

Tassa also makes a feel good fundraiser!

What a great way to fundraise for your favorite organization! 

If you are a registered charity or non-profit organization looking for a great way to fundraise, please contact us at We would be happy to work with you as a member of our Community Partner donation program.  

We even offer preferred energy prices to charities and non-profit organizations!

That’s right, we want to ensure that Community Builders aren’t paying more for energy than they need to. If you are a charity or non-profit organization that pays monthly utility bills, Tassa has preferred energy rates for you. We want to partner with you and reduce your monthly bills so that more of your precious financial resources can be invested into doing good things in the community rather than paying for overhead costs. Please contact us at to discuss further.

Recommended Playlist for everyone on Tassa

Walking On Sunshine

Katrina and the Waves

Something our solar folks like to hum along too.

Don't Worry, Be Happy

Bobby McFerren

Oh you will be happy...

How to become a Feel Good Ambassador

Once you get Tassa, you may also experience an unfamiliar feeling – you want to tell people about your energy or internet service. It’s not a normal thing. Imagine turning to someone and telling them who you get your energy or internet services from? You don’t care enough to share, and they certainly don’t care enough to listen.


But with Tassa it’s different. You feel good, and want to share.

Here's how to handle it:

Go ahead and tell people

It feels good so let it out. I’m sure they’d like to feel good too. And the more people on Tassa, the better it is for your community.

Don't gloat

They’ll be bummed out, and it’s not their fault they don’t have Tassa yet. We’re telling people as fast as we can.