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Giving Back to Communities

We’re committed to giving back to communities across Canada, in partnership with local and national organizations, through donations, fundraising and employee volunteering.

Our Partners

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada

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Breakfast Club of Canada

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Canadian Red Cross

REDCROSS.CA
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Indian Residential School Survivors Society

IRSSS.CA
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Tree Canada

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Women’s Shelters Canada

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Our Partners

Connected for Success

Connected for Success is one more way Rogers is committed to helping bridge the digital divide. The low-cost high-speed internet program is available to qualifying rent-geared-to-income tenants of a non-profit housing partner organization, customers receiving income support, disability benefits, or seniors receiving the Guaranteed Income Supplement.

The program is currently available to hundreds of thousands of Canadians in Rogers coverage area across Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Helping protect our planet

Caring about our country means protecting our environment today and for the generations of Canadians to come.

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Making an impact in communities

At Rogers, we are deeply committed to making a meaningful impact in communities across Canada where we live and work, and empowering the next generation to reach their highest potential.

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Our impact stories

Making a meaningful impact in our communities is who we are. Through our community partnerships and the actions of Rogers team members from coast to coast, we’re supporting Canadians.

Rogers volunteers packing school supplies in boxes inside office

Donating backpacks and school supplies to help Canadian youth in need

Team members across Canada helped package and deliver backpacks filled with school supplies for youth in need.

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Independence made possible for at-risk Newfoundlanders through low-cost internet

Through Connected for Success, we’ve provided high-speed, low-cost internet to bring more Canadians online, including residents of The Homestead Program.

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Bally Bassi, the Community, Social and Justice Programs Manager for the Prince George and District Elizabeth Fry Society working in office

“A digital lifeline to safety” – helping save the lives of women and children in crisis

The Amber House, located along B.C.’s Highway of Tears, offers women and children escaping violence a safe place, which includes keeping connected to emergency support.

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Collaborating with Indigenous communities to help bridge the digital divide

A collaboration with the Peguis First Nation is helping transform their community’s digital infrastructure and make a better digital future possible.

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Keeping loved ones connected when it matters most

Service Technician, Chris Burns, helped keep long-term care resident connected to the people and things that mattered most in his life during COVID-19.

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Supporting our vulnerable communities through difficult times

Keeping the women and children who had escaped domestic violence at the Armagh House was a top priority for our service technicians, especially during COVID-19 lockdowns.

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Rogers volunteers packing school supplies in boxes inside office

Donating backpacks and school supplies to help Canadian youth in need

Team members across Canada helped package and deliver backpacks filled with school supplies for youth in need.

Learn More
Colourful buildings in St. Johns, Newfoundland

Independence made possible for at-risk Newfoundlanders through low-cost internet

Through Connected for Success, we’ve provided high-speed, low-cost internet to bring more Canadians online, including residents of The Homestead Program.

Learn More
Bally Bassi, the Community, Social and Justice Programs Manager for the Prince George and District Elizabeth Fry Society working in office

“A digital lifeline to safety” – helping save the lives of women and children in crisis

The Amber House, located along B.C.’s Highway of Tears, offers women and children escaping violence a safe place, which includes keeping connected to emergency support.

Learn More
Smiling Indigenous adult in front of hockey rink

Collaborating with Indigenous communities to help bridge the digital divide

A collaboration with the Peguis First Nation is helping transform their community’s digital infrastructure and make a better digital future possible.

Learn More
Closeup of Rogers technician outside wearing mask

Keeping loved ones connected when it matters most

Service Technician, Chris Burns, helped keep long-term care resident connected to the people and things that mattered most in his life during COVID-19.

Learn More
Closeup of Rogers technician outside

Supporting our vulnerable communities through difficult times

Keeping the women and children who had escaped domestic violence at the Armagh House was a top priority for our service technicians, especially during COVID-19 lockdowns.

Learn More

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When Hurricane Fiona hit Atlantic Canada in September, the small town of Cormier Village, 30 km northeast of Moncton, New Brunswick,  ...

Amplifying the work of the Dollar A Day Foundation to provide more funding to frontline mental health programs

Did you know that 1 in 2 Canadians will experience a mental health illness by the time they are 40 years old – the  ...

A special homecoming for residents of Cornerstone Housing for Women

While the idea of “home” looks different for all of us, hopefully, it’s where you find security and support,  ...

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It takes a village: working together to rebuild after Hurricane Fiona

When Hurricane Fiona hit Atlantic Canada in September, the small town of Cormier Village, 30 km northeast of Moncton, New Brunswick,  ...

Amplifying the work of the Dollar A Day Foundation to provide more funding to frontline mental health programs

Did you know that 1 in 2 Canadians will experience a mental health illness by the time they are 40 years old – the  ...

A special homecoming for residents of Cornerstone Housing for Women

While the idea of “home” looks different for all of us, hopefully, it’s where you find security and support,  ...