Working in partnership with the 13 Canadian TELUS Community Boards, the Foundation funds local charities that help Canadian youth succeed through innovative technology, health and educational programs.
Laidlaw Foundation invests in Indigenous youth-led projects related to land, language, and culture, to support the transmission of cultural practices to future generations in order to promote nation building, decolonization, and reconciliation.
Indigitization supports First Nations and Indigenous communities in B.C through the process of digitizing cultural knowledge stored on at-risk audio cassettes. It offers matching funds of up to $10,000 per project and training for community organizations during the digitization process. The program also provides an online toolkit which can be used by any First Nations communities wishing to engage in digitization.