A Culture of Giving Back – Through donations, sponsorship and employee volunteerism, TULLOCH prides itself on giving back to the communities in which it operates.
TULLOCH is proud to have sponsored Shilo Rousseau, a young biathlete from Thessalon, Ontario.
“Without businesses and people like you I would not be able to train and race like I have been able to do,” said Shilo. “My goal is to make the Canadian Biathlon Olympic team in 2022.”
Shilo (17) earned a spot on the junior Canadian team which is 19 and 20 year olds! In December 2017 she raced in Obertilliach, Austria and Ridnaun, Italy. She then headed onto Whistler, B.C. to compete in the Youth World Biathlon trial races.
To follow Shilo’s journey visit her Facebook page at Shilo Biathlon Rousseau where all updates will be posted.
On July 10th, 2016 a group of TULLOCH employees got together to volunteer at the 70.3 Ironman in Muskoka. With over 20 TULLOCH staff volunteering that day, TriSport Events presented TULLOCH with a grant to give back to the local community!
In March 2016, Ontario medical professionals converged in Huntsville for the 34th annual DOCS ON ICE fundraising weekend. TULLOCH Engineering was a proud sponsor of this important community event raising crucial funds for local Palliative Care services provided through Hospice Huntsville and Hospice Muskoka.
Team TULLOCH ranked fourth in Canada (amongst engineering firms) having raised $8,000 towards Movember 2015. The Movember Foundation, known for the “Power of the Moustache” supports four key areas: prostate cancer, testicular cancer , poor mental health and physical activity.