Our community drives our business, which is why Telpay is a proud supporter of many important local initiatives. Check out a few of the causes we’re currently involved .
United Way of Winnipeg is an autonomous, non-profit organization that builds upon a long history of bringing together diverse partners at the local level to initiate action on community issues. Through an Annual Campaign, the United Way of Winnipeg raises funds in the community in support of an essential network of agencies and programs. All donations raised through the Annual Campaign go directly to the 104 community agencies. United Way of Winnipeg is a member of the United Way/Centraide Canada.
Leaf works to ensure Canadian courts provide equal rights guaranateed to women and girls by Section 15 of the Canadian Charter. Telpay sponsors a table at the Annual Person’s Day Breakfast.
From its humble beginnings in a run-down building in Winnipeg, PTE has grown to epitomize, for thousands of Winnipeggers, the good things in life here on the Prairies: camaraderie, self-sufficiency, strength of will, creativity and warmth of heart. , PTE fills a unique and important niche: producing works, often new, with a focus on Manitoban and Canadian artists, which speak to the “non-arts” audience as strongly as to those who have always made theatre, dance, and symphony a part of their lives. Telpay is a major play sponsor and opening night.
The WSO is a Manitoba Treasure, that performs over 80 concerts a year. Through the Adopt-A-Musician program, Telpay proudly supports the following violinists: Karen Bauch, Claudine St-Arnauld, Jun Shao, Hong Tian Jia and Takayo Noguchi by helping them fulfill their dream to perform at the world renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City on May 8, 2014
Since 1981, WASO has been helping adults living with intellectual disabilities. WASO does this through innovative programs that involve work, life, social, recreational and employment opportunities. Spanning several locations in Winipeg, WASO is a thriving resource for individuals seeking recreational, life skills and employment support. Many corporate and non-profit organizations seek out the talents and skills of individuals supported by WASO. Every Thursday, Kyle and Kosti visit Telpay to keep things tidy. They bring joy with their high-fives, laughter and Winnipeg Jet conversations.
The Momentum Centre is a not for profit training centre, that helps launch Aboriginal and New Canadians to find meaningful and ongoing careers. The Momentum Centre links participants with employers in their fields of interest and expertise for work experience. As well, participants partake in a leadership, initiative and professional development training to gain the necessary skills, attitudes, and confidence to bring their best to their workplace.