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Social Health Resources

Social Health Initiatives

Social Health is communicating with others and building meaningful relationships where you can freely be yourself. While both physical and mental health are important, social health greatly impacts our health too.

Get Involved with Purolator!

Join the Purolator Health movement and take an active role in promoting workplace wellness. Try suggesting a wellness workshop to a colleague or nominating a team member who embodies a healthy lifestyle as a Wellness Champion. We welcome your thoughts and ideas on how we can improve the program and continue to promote social health in the workplace. Your feedback is crucial and greatly appreciated. Let’s work together to create a happier and healthier work environment. Get involved now!

Social Health Wellness Moments

These wellness moments and snapshots are to support your personal and team self-care related to social health.

How to use:

  1. Print and post in a high-traffic area at your work location or at your desk space
  2. Download and share with your team in an email

Past Social Health Recordings

  • Purolator Tackling Hunger for 20 Years

    In 20 years, we have raised over 20 million lbs. of food for our communities. This PTH Month, we have a number of fundraising activities and opportunities to support our goal of raising 2 million lbs. of food this year!
    • Mental Health

    Purolator’s Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Responders

    In partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, MHFA Responders are trained volunteers within our workplace who can offer referrals to available support or listen to a team member experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • Mental Wellness in Small Business: Insights from Sarah Ahmed of Hello Leena

    For Mental Health Awareness Week, Purolator sat down with Sarah Ahmed, psychotherapist and CEO of Hello Leena, Canada’s largest BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other people of colour) mental health provider and 2023 Purolator True North Small Business Grant winner, to share her expertise on how fellow small businesses can create a workplace that supports the overall health and well-being of individuals with diverse backgrounds.