Making a Difference
in the Community

Success is not only a reward – 
it’s a responsibility

At Iceberg, we take pride in helping to make a difference. We encourage our team to make a difference in other people’s lives when they’re working with clients, colleagues, or in the community at large. Here are some examples of #TeamIceberg in the community.

  • We Were Part of Something Big

    May 2019: Iceberg didn’t sit this one out! Big Bikers 2019. Heart disease and stroke remain the leading cause of premature death for women in Canada, yet two thirds of heart disease clinical research focuses on men. That’s why we’re investing even more into understanding how their hearts and brains are different from men’s.

    Learn more

  • Ottawa Mission

    April 2019: Several members of the Iceberg team volunteered their time at the Ottawa Mission. The Mission provides not only food, clothing, and shelter, but a wide variety of innovative life-changing programs that help people regain their dignity and provide hope for a better future. These programs include addiction treatment, education and job training, employment and housing services, medical and dental care, and hospice care.

    Learn More

  • Family Day 2019

    February 2019: Members of the Iceberg Family giving back by assembling survival kits for those in need. Together we assembled 100 kits for distribution to homeless youth and adults in Ottawa. Thank you to Youth Services Bureau Ottawa and Ottawa Food Bank for ensuring they get to those most in need.

    Learn More

  • Movember 2018

    November 2018: As of Friday morning, November 30, Iceberg’s Movember team raised nearly $2,500 towards research into prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Congrats to everyone who supported and participated in the campaign.

    Learn More

  • Smashing pumpkins for Cystic Fibrosis

    November 2018: Once again this year, Iceberg CTO David Pearson (left) brought his homemade trebuchet to the Squash CF event in support of Cystic Fibrosis research. David says: “The medieval siege engine comes through thanks the help of many. We launched around 110 pumpkins on Saturday to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Despite the rain and cold, there was a pretty good turnout.”

    Learn More

  • Thanksgiving food hamper deliveries for the Kanata Food Cupboard

    October 2018: Once again this year, Team Iceberg helped deliver Thanksgiving food hampers for the Kanata Food Cupboard. Each delivery includes a frozen turkey, potatoes, and other trimmings so that individuals and families in needs can prepare a healthy holiday meal.

    Learn more about the Kanata Food Cupboard

We’re always looking for passionate and talented folks to join our team.

Job Openings