TELUS Community Ambassadors

Our TELUS Community Ambassadors exemplify our commitment to give where we live.

Supporting our communities

Passionate about giving back and providing a vital connection to our local communities, over 4,700 current and retired TELUS team members volunteer as TELUS Community Ambassadors in 23 clubs across B.C., Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. In 2018, they donated nearly 60,000 care items, including 6500 Comfort Kits (basic toiletries and comfort items for homeless and displaced families) and 13,000 Kits for Kids (backpacks filled with school supplies for less-fortunate children).

Since 2006, the TELUS Community Ambassadors have donated 450,000 Care Items including 150,000 Kits for Kids


Team TELUS in Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat

Team TELUS in Red Deer

Red Deer

Team TELUS in Edmonton


Team TELUS in Calgary


Atlantic Canada

Team TELUS in Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada

British Columbia

Team TELUS in Upper Island

Upper Island

Team TELUS in West Kootenay

West Kootenay

Team Telus at the Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast

Team TELUS at South Island

South Island

Team TELUS in Prince George

Prince George

Team TELUS in the Okanagan


Team TELUS in the Fraser Valley

Fraser Valley

Team TELUS in East Kootenay

East Kootenay

Team TELUS at Central Island

Central Island

Team TELUS in Kamloops


Team TELUS in Vancouver



Team TELUS at Toronto East

Toronto East

Team TELUS at Toronto Central

Toronto Central

Team TELUS in Ottawa


Team TELUS in Barrie



Team TELUS in Rimouski


Team TELUS in Quebec City

Quebec City

Team TELUS in Montreal


Strengthening our communities one act of kindness at a time

Our TELUS Community Ambassadors have been making a huge difference in our communities for more than 100 years. It’s true – today’s Community Ambassadors stand on the shoulders of thousands of committed volunteers who came before, building upon a remarkable legacy of volunteerism and giving at our company.

Whether it's helping a local food bank, serving meals to the underprivileged, backpacking school supplies, or making toiletry kits for people living in temporary shelters, our ambassadors establish a vital link with the communities in which we live and work.

From supporting local food banks, serving meals to those less fortunate, filling backpacks full of school supplies or creating Comfort Kits for those living in temporary shelters, our Ambassadors provide a vital connection to the communities where we live and work.

Bobby Farr

Vancouver Community Ambassador

Community Ambassadors’ newsletter

Stay up to date with the Community Ambassadors’ newsletter

Community Corner is the bi-annual newsletter keeping our Community Ambassadors up-to-date on TELUS news and activities, and events in the various clubs.

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