Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers

New Brunswick Chapter 51

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-694-6692
Toll Free Phone 800-565-1436
Primary Contact Chantal MacDonald, Administrator, Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers; Phone: 506-452-4775; Email:
Alternate Contact Lesley Lord, Saint John Council, Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers; Phone: 506-849-2433; Email:
Primary Executive Dee Dee Stever, President, Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers; Phone: 506-548-5943; Email:
Mailing Address c/o Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers 
PO Box 1430 
Saint John, NB E2L 4K2
Description & Services
Cross Reference New Brunswick Chapter 51
Description of service(s) The Bell Aliant Pioneers are a dynamic network of volunteers who move those in need from adversity to achievement. They've been working together for a hundred years now, and the positive impact they've had on the lives of the people they serve is immeasurable. They're confident in their ability to continue making the world a better place, starting right in their own hometowns. Deeply connected to their communities, each other and their sponsor Bell Aliant, they are committed to meeting the unique needs of their local communities through a number of grassroots projects and programs such as: 
• Donating books for literacy 
• Supporting Christmas projects 
• Donated Hug-A-Bears to Atlantic Canadian Charities 
• Refurbish and donate computers to schools and other non-profit organization across Atlantic Canada 
• Support heart patients by donating Heart Pillows to Atlantic Canadian Hospitals 
• Helped students improve their reading comprehension skills through the Power Up to Read Program. 
• Fill empty backpacks with school supplies which are donated to schools for children in need 
The work of the Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers contributes to Bell Aliant's overall community investment program.  
The Bell Aliant Pioneer Volunteers are part of TelecomPioneers, the largest industry-based volunteer organization in the world. The TelecomPioneers boast nearly 620,000 men and women throughout Canada and the United States who work together to make their communities better places in which to live and work.
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served New Brunswick ; Newfoundland and Labrador ; Nova Scotia ; Prince Edward Island
Boundaries Atlantic Canada
Eligibility All full time and part time employees of Bell Aliant, and subsidiary companies are eligible to become a Bell Aliant Pioneer Member.
Application Online application form which is located at under the membership tab.
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership - $22.00 annually, gathered through payroll deduction
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
Saint John, NB E2L 4K2
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Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Service Categories Corporate Volunteer Councils

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