Together we can make a difference

As a team, we work to make a positive and lasting difference in our communities and the lives of others. The difference we make today can help build a brighter tomorrow.

#GiveWhereWeLive in Action

At TELUS, we are committed to giving back to the communities in which we live to make the future friendlier for all Canadians. Last year alone we contributed $150 million and one million volunteer hours to charitable and community organizations.

Our impact:


donated to charitable and community organizations since 2000


hours volunteered by TELUS team members and retirees since 2000


contributed to grassroots programs helping two million youth each year since 2005

Our vision at a glance

We give where we live to improve the lives of youth and their communities through the power of technology.


We are helping transform healthcare by applying innovative technologies to encourage wellness, better healthcare and more effective health management.

Read about our healthcare initiatives


We are using the power of the internet to ensure youth excel academically and secure their future success.

Read about our education initiatives


We are promoting a healthier environment, where we inspire and celebrate support for animals and their habitats.

Read about our environmental initiatives

Stories of people who inspire us to give

Camp Scarabée

You will be especially touched and inspired by Isabelle Tremblay’s generosity and commitment, a mother of a 10-year-old boy with Tourette’s syndrome.

Think global. Plant local.

TELUS is helping organizations WWF-Canada and Carolinian Canada protect biodiversity through native plant projects that use technology and old-fashioned botany to restore wildlife habitat, curb climate change and make our local environments more resilient.

#EndBullying WE Rafiki Bracelets

Available for a limited time at TELUS Corporate stores, TELUS and WE have come together to create a special edition Rafiki bracelet with the goal to raise awareness and #EndBullying cyberbullying.