Connecting Canadians in need
Having access to reliable internet is essential in today’s interconnected world. But for low-income families, youth aging out of care and people with disabilities, it can still be a struggle. Our Internet for Good® program helps Canadians in need.
Extending the impact of Internet for Good during the COVID-19 pandemic
We have empowered Schools across Alberta and BC to extend our Internet for Good offer directly to families in need. If you have school-aged children and are in need of Internet access, please discuss your situation with your child’s teacher or Principal. The school Principal will be able to request codes from TELUS on behalf of families in need at their school.
Connecting those in need
Low-cost internet is helping connect to a world of possibilities | Internet for Good
The Internet for Good program helps Veronika and others stay connected by providing access to low-cost home internet and the option to purchase a refurbished, low cost computer or laptop
Bringing digital equality to low-income families
Struggling Vancouver moms Reava Connolly and Jessica Taylor found meaningful connections online and with their children with help from Internet for Good.
Helping more Canadians access the internet
Since 2001, TELUS has donated more than 35,000 computers to the Government of Canada’s Computers for Schools Plus program. This generosity, along with our Internet for Good program and participation as a founding member of the CEO Pledge to Bridge the Digital Divide, demonstrates our ongoing commitment to helping Canadians in need access the Internet.