Remsoft’s Annual Giving Program places the power of giving in the hands of our team, supporting communities where we live, work and play. Over the past six years we have given more than $400,000 to help make a difference locally and globally.
Driven by our team members, Remsoft giving in 2021 has supported non-profits focused on safe water, rare disease, environmental sustainability, animal welfare and more.
Learn about the local and global causes we are passionate about and actively support.
Project Webfoot is an elementary school program that teaches the importance wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. Funds will enable students to connect with nature through safe, interactive and inspiring educational content outside the classroom.
Project Webfoot (Duck’s Unlimited), Fredericton, NB
Assisting homeless individuals in Fredericton with access to affordable grooming, food and necessary Veterinary care for their pets. Funding will enable people to continue to keep their companion animals with them through difficult situations.
The Homie Project, Fredericton, NB
Providing a community in Africa with critically needed, safe water and sanitation through the drilling of well, building of a communal washroom at a school, and providing health and hygiene training. This sponsorship saves children’s lives and allows girls to go to school instead of hauling water all day.
Lifewater Canada, Thunder Bay, ON
Supporting the work of Civic Tech Fredericton, a group of programmers, data scientists and IT professionals who volunteer to find solutions for non-profit organizations in the community. Funding will support weekly Civic Tech group meetings.
Civic Tech Fredericton, Fredericton, NB
Supporting free musical training and instruments for Air Cadets between the ages of 12-19. Funding will help finance the purchase new equipment and continue to make the program financially accessible to all who would like to participate.
334 Oromocto Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron, Oromocto, NB
Supporting the work of the Nashwaaksis Lions Club to help manage the challenges of sight loss. Funding will provide financial support to an individual with vision loss for activities of daily living, including providing clothing, groceries, and household supplies.
Nashwaaksis Lions Club, Killarny, NB
Hyla Park Nature Preserve, Canada’s first amphibian park, is home to seven of the nine species of frogs and toads that exist in New Brunswick. Funding will support Hyla Park projects, including restoration work by removing invasive species, signage for soil contaminates, frog surveys, and further research for potential restoration work.
Nature Trust of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB
Improving the quality of life for residents at Asilo Santo Antônio SJC, a long-term care nursing home in Brazil. Funds will provide 35 armchairs to improve the comfort of residents, support their mobility and encourage social interactions.
Asilo Santo Antônio SJC, São José dos Campos – SP, Brazil
Supporting the mission of the volunteer-run GTFO Adventure Club to build confidence, capacity and community in New Brunswick women through outdoor adventure. Funding will help finance event facility fees to reduce the cost of participation and make events accessible for underserved women in the community.
GTFO Adventure Club, Fredericton, NB
Promoting activity and healthy living by providing support to the Wostawea racing team. Funds will be used to acquire roller skis so the team can train during the off-season, keeping athletes engaged and active in the sport during months when there is no snow.
Wostawea Cross-Country Ski Club, Fredericton, NB
Gastrointestinal stromal tumour (GIST) is a rare life-threatening sarcoma cancer. The mutational testing of a GIST tumour is vital to the care and treatment of GIST patients. Unfortunately, mutational testing is not provided for many patients in Canada. Funds will support three online mutational testing workshops in 2021.
GIST Sarcoma Life Raft Group Canada, Cobourg, ON
Providing essential supports, services and programs to individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability and their families. Funding will provide one full year of support for six families in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Association for Community Living, Fredericton, NB
Crowdfunding loans and unlocking capital for the underserved, improving the quality and cost of financial services, and addressing the underlying barriers to financial access around the world. Funds will support the sustainability of Kiva so that every person has access to the capital and resources they need to flourish.
Kiva, San Francisco, CA
Fibrous Dysplasia/McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS) is a rare and debilitating disease with no cure. Funds will be used to strengthen the FD/MAS community and increase investment in research and education to meet the needs of those living with the disease.
FD/MAS Alliance, Grandville, MI