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With a strong legacy, Trillium Mutual continues to exemplify the benefits of Mutuality.

At Trillium, we work hard to provide industry-leading insurance solutions for all of your work and lifestyle needs.

We are built on a long history of a concept called mutuality, which brings us closer to our members.

What exactly is mutuality? Mutuality means that Trillium is a company focused on insurance solutions for people and not profits. We are rooted in the idea that through business we can give people peace of mind for life’s unexpected events.

Ultimately, we are accountable to our members and their communities in everything we do. We are in this together! We have been built on the values of the past and look forward to implementing them for the future.

Our vision: “To be the Leading Mutual Insurer Protecting and Enhancing Farm and Community Lifestyles”, is well represented by our team of professional individuals.

At Trillium we are real people offering real products with real service.

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What people have to say about us

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“The Youth Wellness Team and all of us at Waypoint are so thankful to Trillium Mutual for their incredible generosity. This wonderful donation in support of youth mental health is inspiring and is helping to improve the mental wellbeing of youth across Ontario. Thank you to Trillium Mutual for making the mental health of our youth a priority.”

Carol Lambie - President and CEO of Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care

Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario

CMHA, Ontario

Trillium Mutual is proud to announce a $50,000 donation through our ROOTS Community Fund to the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario (CMHA) to support the roll out of the “In the Know” program. This program developed through the Ontario Veterinary College focuses on directly improving mental health literacy in agriculture.  “Trillium’s generous contribution was the catalyst that forged this great opportunity for us to support the agriculture community with mental health awareness and suicide prevention training”.

You can read the full press release here or check out Camille’s video testimonial here.

Camille Quenneville - CEO, CMHA Ontario

One Roof

“The funds will be utilized toward our capital campaign to build a 44 unit supportive housing building. This build will, in effect, eradicate youth homelessness in Waterloo Region. The Build is slated to be complete by December 2021 and will immediately house 44 youth. The lack of affordable housing is a very real issue for everyone, but particularly for youth who have no housing history, limited cognitive development and are struggling with the issues that lead them to become homeless in the first place. This build will ensure they have a home that provides them with the stable foundation to make real changes in their lives”

Sandy Dietrich-Bell - CEO, oneROOF Youth Services

Thank you Trillium Mutual

The funding we received through the Trillium ROOTS Community Fund is supporting the Grand River Conservation Foundation and the Grand River Conservation Authority to make improvements to the Laurel Creek Nature Centre’s Discovery Room.

We will be creating a learning environment that ensures students are met with displays that spark a sense of wonder and delight while connecting them to their local watershed. Approximately 15,000 students per year use the Laurel Creek Nature Centre and will directly benefit from the support given.

Thank you Trillium Mutual!

Sarah Fleischhauer - Stewardship Project Lead

Milverton Lions Club

The Lions Club of Milverton are thrilled and grateful to receive this generous donation from the ROOTS Community Fund. This is a significant contribution to our fundraising efforts to support our project to redevelop the courtyard at Knollcrest Lodge in Milverton, Ontario. Our goal is to transform this courtyard into a safe and welcoming place for residents to spend time outside with their loved ones and friends, as well as provide an area for visitors, volunteers and staff to relax and socialize. Once completed, the landscape and overall appearance of the courtyard will be improved so that it is not just enjoyed from within the courtyard; it will be a warm and inviting view year-round from inside resident rooms and lounges. The courtyard will promote the health and well being within the Knollcrest community, providing independence and access to a pleasurable space for all.”

Joel Phelan - Lions Club Committee Member

Kingsbridge Centre

The Kingsbridge Centre Basement Renovation project was a massive project which took over four years to complete.  The ROOTS Community Fund multi-year commitment did more than just supply much needed funds.  The donation encouraged and inspired the St. Joseph’s Kingsbridge Community in their efforts to supply a multi-use community facility.

We truly believe that with friends, neighbours and businesses working together, we can preserve our rural way of life and revitalize rural Ontario.  Kingsbridge considers Trillium Mutual Insurance Company to be a leader and an outstanding example for other organizations to follow

Jennifer Miltenburg - Corporate Donations Co-Ordinator

Groves Memorial Community Hospital

Groves Hospital Foundation received a generous donation from the Trillium ROOTS Community Fund, in support of the New Groves Hospital Project.  We were responsible for raising 10% of the costs of the physical buildings for the new facility, and donations are imperative to the success of the project.

It is philanthropic acts like this that make us so proud to be a part of this great rural community.  Without the support of our generous donors, none of what we do would be possible.

Lori Arsenault - Executive Director

Tri Town Ski & Snowboard Village

The ROOTS Community Fund was generous in supporting our fundraising efforts and helped us to reach our goal of building a new chalet.  This new building, which opened the winter of 2019, will allow us to continue to offer the opportunity to children and their families to participate in the winter sports of skiing, snowboarding and tubing.

Lorna Desmarais - Vice President of Tri Town Ski & Snowboard Village

CBaSE - University of Guelph

Voted by our students as one of the top companies to work for this semester, Trillium has returned to CBaSE to continue the work that began during a project in the Winter 2016 semester. Trillium is excited to be back on campus, benefiting once again from the unique perspective University of Guelph students can bring to their company.

It’s no surprise that the University of Guelph and Trillium have shared values, and CBaSE applauds Trillium’s commitment to improving the communities they work in. In 2013 Trillium developed a philanthropic arm, entitled “ROOTS” (Recognizing Our Opportunity to Support). The program is designed to give back to the communities they serve. ROOTS is running well.  Since 2013 ROOTS has pledged over $500,000 to various community projects through this program.

CBaSE recognizes Trillium for their desire to innovate and push their market forward. Students will certainly enjoy Trillium’s appetite for creativity and experimentation this semester.

Trillium rises up to the CBaSE challenge for students to “get real”.

Victoria Jubilee Hall

“Everyone at the Victoria Jubilee Hall is extremely thankful to receive these funds that will go towards restoring the hall’s front entrance. The hall is a community-drive regional hub for arts & culture, as well as a designated heritage building in Walkerton. We thank the Trillium ROOTS Community Fund for supporting our ongoing efforts as we move the hall into its 125th year.”

Ted Cobean - Board Chair, Victoria Jubilee Hall

Walkerton & District Hospital Foundation

“The donation received from the Trillium ROOTS Community Fund is greatly appreciated by the Walkerton & District Hospital Foundation and helps to bring us one step closer to reaching our mammography campaign fundraising goal. Having a new mammography machine at the Walkerton Hospital will mean that we are able to offer the best possible health care in our community now and well into the future.”

Brittany Hawkins - Executive Director, Walkerton & District Hospital Foundation

Our Achievements

Top Insurance Workplace - Insurance Business Canada 2020

Top Insurance Workplace - Insurance Business Canada 2019

North Perth Business Excellence – Best of the Best Category 2019

CEO of the Year – Insurance Business Canada Awards 2019

Culture of Excellence Award – Human Synergistics 2019

Insurance Industry Employer of Choice – Insurance Business Canada Awards 2018