Together, we can #EndBullying

TELUS and the TELUS Future Friendly Foundation are on a shared mission to help create a safer, friendlier world online through educational and innovative community initiatives that promote the safe and responsible use of technology. Together with millions of Canadians, we can #EndBullying.

Learn about #EndBullying

Helping create a safer world online

The TELUS Friendly Future Foundation funds innovative grassroots community-based anti-bullying educational programs across Canada. TELUS educates Canadians of all ages about staying safe online through workshops, resources and programs like TELUS Wise®. By partnering together, we can help to make the digital world a friendlier and safer place for everyone.


Support for #EndBullying programs

By supporting local grassroots charities working to help #EndBullying, the TELUS Friendly Future Foundation is already making an impact in communities across Canada through our support of youth-based programs like these.

Jessie's - The June Callwood Centre for Young Women

Everyone Belongs - Bullying Awareness & Prevention for Girls Circles

Jessie's supports pregnant teens and young mothers. Funding will support the creation of anti-bullying programs, curriculum for high schools and establishing girls’ circles. Bullying is one of the most pervasive issues facing teens and contributes to anxiety, depression & suicide. Jessie’s teens face additional issues of poverty, disability and pregnancy that increase their risk of targeting.

SQx Dance

Anti-Bullying Movement Program

This funding will support a series of week-long dance awareness program focused on the theme of "Anti-Bullying". The program engages indigenous students to learn about various forms of dance cultures, as well as about kindness, cooperation, selflessness, citizenship and conflict resolution.


#EndBullying resources

Parents

Spotting cyberbullying red flags

If you suspect that your child is being cyberbullied and want to learn how to spot cyberbullying red flags, view our parent’s guide.

Students

Stop, block, record and talk

If you are among the 42% of Canadian youth who experience cyberbullying and want tips on dealing with the situation, view our tip sheet for youth.

Educators and coaches

Encouraging kindness online

As an educator or coach, you can encourage youth to be kind online and help those facing cyberbullying. To learn more about starting a cyberbullying conversation and supporting kids who need help, view our educator's resources.

TELUS Wise Resources

Learn more about the free tools, resources and workshops that TELUS Wise offers.