We remain steadfast in our support of diversity and STEM education.
Intelliware provides two $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing post-secondary mathematics or computer science programs. The recipients exemplify leadership, innovation and/or an emphasis on collaboration at Parkdale Collegiate.
Women Who Code envisions a world where women are proportionally represented as technical leaders, executives, founders, and software engineers. Intelliware shares that vision and partners with Women Who Code Toronto to help bridge the gap.
Intelliware’s Annual Ada Lovelace Day Celebration is an afternoon event hosted by Intelliware that invites students from local schools between the ages of 13 and 18 to learn about and engage with women working in STEM.
The Learning Partnership is a national charitable organization dedicated to supporting, promoting, and advancing publicly funded education in Canada. Their Take Our Kids to Work Day is a big event for Intelliware every year. The annual full-day event includes hands-on coding exercises to give the students more exposure to programming.
We’re active with local and national organizations.
Toronto Agile Community
Intelliware continues to actively participate in and support the Agile community as a founding member and regular contributor to the Toronto Agile Community (TAC). TAC is a non-profit, volunteer group bringing Agile enthusiasts together and expanding Agile practices in the Greater Toronto Area. Intelliware recently sponsored both the Agile Open Space (AOS) and the highly successful annual Toronto Agile Community Conference (TACC).
Paralympic Foundation of Canada
The Paralympic Foundation of Canada’s goal is to ensure that the programs, equipment and people are in place to propel more Canadians with a disability all the way from their communities to the Paralympic podium. Intelliware sees this as an important mission, and feels we need to do our part to help the Foundation get there. Intelliware is a Circle of Champions Silver-level supporter of the Paralympic Foundation of Canada, and has supported their efforts significantly with a large donation helping the Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Team for the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil.
West End Phoenix
The West End Phoenix is a local periodical community newspaper for Toronto’s West End whose readership stretches across the city and the country. Dreamed up by musician (Rheostatics), writer and publisher Dave Bidini, WEP launched in October 2017 after a door-to-door campaign sold 800 pre-publication subscriptions.
Annual fundraising team sponsors
Local sports teams & associations
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