TELUS Friendly Future Foundation

Helping to create friendlier futures for youth

At TELUS, we believe in giving back to our communities. That’s why we endowed TELUS Friendly Future FoundationTM with $120 million. The Foundation connects at-risk youth to a world of opportunities by supporting grassroots charities across the country.

Hello, world

TELUS Friendly Future Foundation helps to open doors for at-risk youth to a world of opportunities by funding over 500 charities annually that provide innovative grassroots programs primarily focused on health and education.

Support our youth can count on

Each year, TELUS Friendly Future Foundation and our 13 Community Boards across Canada collaborate to empower youth with the technology they need to succeed.



at-risk youth positively impacted


charitable grants

given in Canada



allocated to local grassroots charities

Be part of the network that gives back

Help at-risk youth in Canada get a chance to connect to a world of opportunities by making a donation today to TELUS Friendly Future Foundation. 

Give online

It's easy to donate directly on the Foundation's website. Tax receipts are provided for donations over $20. 

Join Donate the Change

Giving is easy with Donate the Change™. Simply round up your monthly TELUS bill to the next dollar, and for less than $1 a month, you can help at-risk youth in communities across Canada.

Donate your TELUS Rewards points

As part of the network that gives back, TELUS Rewards members can easily donate their TELUS RewardsTM points to Friendly Future Foundation

Success stories

See how TELUS Friendly Future Foundation is helping to build brighter futures through the power of technology.

Connecting with Indigenous culture through interactive media

Championing youth growth through online mentorship programs

Providing youth with mental health and addictions support during COVID-19

Investing in the future of youth through interactive coding workshops

Creating friendlier futures

Learn how the Foundation is making a difference in communities across Canada.