Putting Canadians first

At TELUS, we are committed to improving the lives of our customers and our communities by unleashing the power of the internet to deliver future friendly solutions at home, in the workplace and on the move.

Making positive social impacts

As Canada's fastest growing telecommunications company, we are constantly listening, learning and contributing toward creating a brighter future for all Canadians. Find out where we're making a difference below.

Our commitment adds up



contributed to educational partners to give youth the tools and technology they need to succeed



invested in healthcare over the last decade



contributed since 2000 to fund environmental work



hours the TELUS team volunteered in communities across Canada and around the globe in 2017

We give where we live

We believe that Canada is only as strong as its communities. That is why collectively, TELUS, our team members, and retirees have contributed more than $525 million to charitable and not-for-profit organizations. And volunteered 8.7 million hours of service to local communities since 2000.

TELUS Wise digital pledge

There isn’t a single person who can end cyberbullying. But millions can. By signing this pledge, you'll stand with countless Canadians to help keep your digital neighbourhood safe. For every pledge taken, we will donate $1 to support #EndBullying programs across Canada. Together, we can create a friendlier world online.

Company updates and news

Catch up on the latest from TELUS, including corporate and community activities, as well as new technology innovation.

TELUS is giving an unprecedented $120 million

TELUS launches the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, which provides grants to grassroots charities and gives kids a brighter future.

TELUS Announces Leadership Changes

Zainul Mawji to lead home solutions and small business, Jim Senko to lead mobility solutions teams.

TELUS commits $5M to expand mobile Health for Good™ program

Specially-equipped mobile health ‘clinics on wheels’ across the country to provide primary care to more than 20,000 Canadians in need annually.

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