Caring for our home.
SaskTel Cares represents all we do for our community. SaskTel Cares—always has, always will.
Be Kind Online aims to end bullying and cyberbullying in our communities.
We're committed to supporting non-profit and charitable organizations in our province.
Recycle your old phone and give a fresh start to those fleeing domestic abuse.
Our award-winning volunteer force is always working for our community.
We're committed to leading environmental sustainability in Saskatchewan.
Our employee donations give a huge boost to hard-working community groups.
We celebrate the greatest achievements and qualities of our Indigenous youth.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been integrated into SaskTel’s business strategy for years.
SaskTel Cares About Employees and the Community Initiatives They Care About!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year with kindness in the air. And SaskTel has made it even more special for 25 of its employees and 25 community organizations that are meaningful to them as part of the company’s new 12 Days of Caring initiative, which is in alignment with the SaskTel Cares program.Read more
Fundraising to feed the community: SaskTel and the SaskTel Pioneers contribute over $58,000 to Food Banks of Saskatchewan
With an increased usage of Saskatchewan food banks during the COVID-19 pandemic SaskTel employees – both past and present – doubled down on fundraising to help keep donations rolling in.Read more
SaskTel Be Kind Online and the SJHL’s Pink and White Game provides Regina area students new forum to Rally against bullying
It was excitement mixed with a healthy dose of on ice mayhem when SaskTel Be Kind Online and the SJHL joined forces to host 600 students for the SJHL-MJHL Showcase Pink and White Game at the Co-operator’s Centre January 22, in Regina!Read more
Taking advantage of training with technology: Saskatchewan Foster Families Association recognizes the SaskTel Pioneers for training contributions
The SaskTel Pioneers have always found ways of positively impacting their local Saskatchewan communities, but now they’ve been recognized for providing a gift that is helping some of our most vulnerable residents in every corner of the province.Read more
This holiday season why not show you really have a heart by using your old cellphone to give the gift of a fresh start?
The holidays are just around the corner and while the season tends to fill most people with joy, the reality is that for far too many of those living under the threat of domestic violence, this time of year brings increased stress, anxiety, and fear.Read more