Big Brothers Big Sisters ensures children as young as 7 are supported by caring adults as they overcome adversities, helping them to do better in life. With Rogers devices and plans, “Littles” kept in contact with their “Bigs” during the pandemic, ensuring the mentor relationships stay strong.
The Canadian Red Cross helps people and communities in Canada and around the world in times of need and support them in strengthening their resilience. Rogers supports the Canadian Red Cross with donations and text-to-donate campaigns during times of crisis.
Food Banks Canada provides national leadership to relieve hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow. Leveraging it’s “pantry of assets”, including food storage, employee volunteering, plus virtual food drives and awareness campaigns, Rogers enabled more than 9 million meals during the pandemic.
Women’s Shelters Canada provides a strong, unified, pan-Canadian voice on the issue of violence against women. Working with Women’s Shelters Canada through donations, awareness campaigns, devices and plans, Rogers enables thousands of women to connect safely to the resources they need when leaving an abusive home.
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, customers receiving income support, disability benefits, or seniors receiving the Guaranteed Income Supplement.
The program is currently available to upwards of 750,000 Canadians in Rogers coverage area across Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.
Caring about our country means protecting our environment today and for the generations of Canadians to come. As one of Canada’s leading companies, Rogers plays an active role in helping to make a sustainable Canada possible.
Making a meaningful impact in our communities is part of our DNA. Through our community partnerships and the actions of our teammates from coast-to-coast-to-coast, we’re supporting Canadians to make their possible.
Team members across Canada helped package and deliver backpacks filled with school supplies for youth in need.
Through Connected for Success, we’ve provided high-speed, low-cost internet to bring more Canadians online, including residents of The Homestead Program.
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.
A collaboration with the Peguis First Nation is helping transform their community’s digital infrastructure and make a better digital future possible.
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.
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.