Corporate Social Responsibility
Supporting the Communities Where We Live and Work
At Trillium, sustainability is a core value; our sustainability focus guides our actions and initiatives, and the ways in which we do our work. We recognize that strong communities are built through active engagement, respect for others, and a commitment to contribute positively through action. We embrace those values in everything we do.
We work closely with community organizations and causes to support fundraising efforts and to provide donations where they are needed most. We reduce emissions through remote and virtual work programs; we mitigate environmental risks through rigorous policies and procedures that are employed on every Trillium project. We are committed to not only doing zero harm, but to improving our environment through research and advocacy of sustainable design and building practices that reduce environmental impacts and improve our built environment.
How We Engage
Health and Safety
Our health and safety program mitigates risk to our employees, project stakeholders, and the public; risk mitigation is a focus in everything we do.
We support fundraising efforts and donate to organizations and causes that improve the communities within which we live and work.
From our focus on remote and virtual work to our corporate emissions reduction efforts, environmental sustainability is top of mind in everything we do.
Trillium participates in fundraising events that support community organizations, not-for-profits, and registered charities.
Trillium donates to organizations that make an impact in the communities where we live and work.
Trillium raised $2,948 in colleague donations and corporate donations in our 3rd annual Steps for Life campaign. We also walked/ran/cycled over 600 km in support of the annual event.
Trillium raised $1,200 during the Steps for Life campaign, to support the healing journey of families who have suffered from a workplace fatality, traumatic life-altering injury, or occupational disease.
Trillium raised $2,520 and grew moustaches for Movember, an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues