Bridging digital and health divides
For almost a decade, our Connecting for Good programs have been supporting those who need it most.
Mobility for Good®
Free or subsidized, pre-loved smartphones and plans for youth emerging from foster care and
Internet for Good®
Subsidized connectivity for in-need families, people with disabilities, low-income seniors and youth aging out of care.
Tech for Good™
Customized training and assistive technology for people with disabilities who face barriers using smartphones and tablets.
Health for Good™
Mobile clinics that bring primary healthcare and mental health support directly to people in need.
Mobility for Good
Mobility for Good for youth provides a free smartphone and plan to youth aging out of foster care, helping them successfully transition to independence.
Mobility for Good for seniors provides access to a discounted smartphone and subsidized mobility rate plan for Canadian seniors receiving a Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) amount of $6,500 or more annually, ensuring that they stay connected to loved ones and can access important resources and information.
Mobility for Good for Indigenous Women at Risk
This program provides free smartphones and wireless plans to Indigenous women who are at risk of or surviving violence, helping them stay connected and safe.
It is offered in partnership with Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association*, BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, Prince George Native Friendship Centre, and Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia.
Artwork: nch7mut | One Heart, One Mind, One People míkw’achi7m | Marissa Nahanee, sḵwx̱wú7mesh and nisga’a Nation
Photo: Atl’kitsem | Texwnéwets | Howe Sounds, B.C. David Ward, Lil'wat First Nation
Connecting people in need
Connecting to brighter futures
Tech for Good
Available nationwide, Tech for Good helps improve quality of life, independence and personal empowerment of people with disabilities by offering customized recommendations and training on assistive technology for mobile devices.
A collaboration between TELUS and March of Dimes Canada, the program supports people with disabilities regardless of their mobility provider.