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.

  • 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.”

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  • 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.

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  • 2018 Tillie Sheppard Memorial Golf Tournament

    September 2018: Iceberg was pleased to support the Third Annual Tillie Sheppard Memorial Golf Tournament, raising funds for Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Clara Rempel-Segal was born in October 2015 with cystic fibrosis, and her family organized the event to raise funds for cystic fibrosis research. The “Tillie” is named for Clara’s great-grandmother who died the day after Clara was born. Pictured here are Paul Everest, Ken McPherson, Ashley Lukeeram, and Fergonn Fernandez. Congratulations to Jack and Nadine for organizing another successful fundraiser.

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  • Ottawa Food Bank Community Harvest

    July 2018: This year the Ottawa Food Bank will harvest 100,000 lbs of fresh fruit and vegetables as part of the Community Harvest program. Throughout the growing season at the 5-acre farm, thousands of volunteers help with everything from planting to weeding to harvesting the produce. Our Iceberg team was out for several hours early on Saturday morning hand-weeding the onion and cabbage plants in advance of the harvest later this month. The food from the farm helps support nearly 40,000 people in Ottawa who use the food bank each month.

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  • #YouCanHelp

    May 2018: Our team participated in the First Annual #youCANhelp event in support of the Kanata Food Cupboard. Iceberg was one of seven corporate teams who built sculptures out of canned goods and non-perishable food items and, and we built a slice of cake with a candle on top. All the items collected were donated to the food cupboard. Thanks to everyone on our team who made a donation and helped with the construction!

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

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