23 years of giving adds up
hours volunteered by team members and retirees.
Kits for Kids (backpacks filled with essential school supplies) donated to children from families in need.
donated by our team members and retirees to charitable and community organizations since 2000.
Acts of Giving every year.
Acts of Giving programs
Our network of 23 TELUS Community Ambassadors volunteer clubs comprises over 5,000 current and retired team members from across Canada who spend their time and resources to support our local communities year round.
We reward our team members and retirees with a $1 donation toward their charity of choice for every volunteer hour they record in a calendar year.
We help our team members and retirees double their impact by matching their donations to eligible Canadian registered charities, to a maximum of $2,500 per person, per year.
We give where we live
Using music as medicine
Tom Su, TELUS Customer Care
Tom uses the power of musical therapy to ease the pain of thousands of palliative care patients. He knows the universal language of music can bring joy to those who need it most.
Turning the tide for our oceans
Gail Jones, TELUS Customer Operations
Gail dedicates hundreds of hours to help keep the sea plastic free. She does her part to improve the environment because, from coast to coast, it’s everyone’s responsibility.
Growing a revolution
Ashton Singh, TELUS Sales
Ashton volunteers thousands of hours to teach kids about sustainable practices and going green. He leads by example to inspire youth and help them grow because the future is in their hands.
Answering calls for help
Dominic Ian Boucher, TELUS Customer Support
Dominic volunteers hundreds of hours raising funds for courageous kids with illnesses through his work planning and answering telethon calls. He has taken matters into his own hands because miracles don’t happen on their own.
Explore our stories of giving
The future is bright and it’s getting friendlier every day through the acts of good from the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation.