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 five years we have given more than $340,000 to help make a difference locally and globally.
Driven by our team members, Remsoft giving in 2020 has supported non-profits focused on refugees, rare disease, environmental sustainability, homelessness, animal welfare and more.
Learn about the local and global causes we are passionate about and actively support.
Supporting a fun, free, accessible approach to fitness for children on the Autism Spectrum that builds balance, dexterity and hand eye-coordination as well as interpersonal skills. Funding will go towards an honorarium for an Occupational Therapist and four Support Workers, as well as equipment and supplies.
Sensory Circuits, Fredericton, NB
Creating a safe and welcoming Humane Society facility that promotes the health of the animals in their care and across Prince Edward Island. Funding will support renovation of the Sherwood Road facility with new sick bays, recovery rooms and treatment facilities for sick and injured animals.
PEI Humane Society, Prince Edward Island, 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
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 invasive species removal projects, Gray Tree Frog surveys, and hosting Frog Walks so the citizens and visitors of Fredericton can enjoy this unique amphibian park.
Nature Trust of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB
Promoting activity and healthy living by providing support to the Wostawea racing team. Funds will be used to support the purchase of an outdoor tent to support Wostawea skiing events. The tent will be used for a ski waxing station at away races, team gear area and cover for racers during cold winter days, and other events during the season.
Wostawea Cross-Country Ski Club, Fredericton, NB
The KV Girl Guides have fundraised for the past three years to travel to England and visit the Pax Lodge (one of the Girl Guide world centers) in July 2020. Remsoft’s donation completes fundraising for the trip, giving 18 girls between the ages of 12 and 17 the opportunity to learn about culture and history, and complete service projects abroad.
Girl Guides of Canada, Fredericton, NB
Providing a stable and secure living environment for at-risk and homeless youth from 16-19 years. Funds will help Youth in Transition’s Chrysalis House finance the purchase of two computers for job search and performing research for schoolwork.
Youth in Transition, Chrysalis House, Fredericton, NB
Gastrointestinal stromal tumour (GIST) patients in Canada face numerous difficulties. Living with a rare, life-threatening disease, they need specific information about GIST and its therapies along with well-informed support. Funds will enable Life Raft Group Canada, a patient support organization, to hold educational meetings in the underserviced Eastern and Atlantic Canada regions, to reach more Canadian GIST patients and their caregivers.
GIST Sarcoma Life Raft Group Canada, Cobourg, 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 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
Promoting the progressive growth and sustainability of Capital City Rollers, a not-for-profit, skater-run sports organization that plays competitively throughout Atlantic Canada. Funds will enable the league to be trained by some of the world’s best skaters – an opportunity that has never been within reach for the group before.
Capital City Rollers, Fredericton, NB
Developing mountain bike (MTB) riding trails to initiate more children and women to the sport and support healthy active lifestyle choices. Financial support will help River Valley Cycling build accessible, all-level cross-country MTB trails close to town, but far enough away to escape the peril of loss to urban development that most of Fredericton’s MTBing trail systems face today.
River Valley Cycling, Fredericton, NB
Population of the Bur Oak tree species in the Lower Saint John River Valley has been significantly diminished over the last 400 years. Funds will support tree shelters and tree planting success rates by increasing the growth rate and decreasing damage by wildlife and competition from other plants.
Nashwaak Watershed Association, Fredericton, NB
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
Supporting the New Brunswick Association for Community Living’s Values, Visions and Actions Retreat that brings together family members and caregivers of individuals with a disability to explore the role of families in changing how disabilities are perceived. Funding will enable 20 parents to attend the retreat and develop strategies to put their values and vision into action in addition to building new connections between families.
New Brunswick Association for Community Living, Fredericton, NB