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Kivuto strongly believes in contributions that make a positive impact on Canadian society. As our company grows, we continue to contribute to national organizations that are focused on making a positive change to the arts, education, and our social fabric.
Telefilm is an association working to promote the cultural, commercial and industrial success of Canada’s film industry. It supports dynamic companies and creative talent through funding and promotional programs. Through its hard work, Telefilm has helped well over 260 productions in the past 5 years. Ram Raju, Kivuto Chairman & CEO, is a member of the Telefilm Board of Directors.
The Walrus Foundation is a charitable non-profit organization with an educational mandate to support public debate on matters vital to Canadians. It runs an intensive editorial, art, and publishing internship program for aspiring editors, writers, designers, and digital media and publishing professionals selected from across Canada.
Kivuto Solutions has committed $50,000 over three years as part of the Bold Ambitions campaign to establish the Kivuto Solutions IT Entrepreneurship Fund. This fund will enable student-led IT startups to access seed funding for early-stage prototypes and customer development for student teams.
“In today’s world, with the capacity to rapidly develop new ideas at a low cost and find distribution easily, the barriers to entry have been significantly reduced compared to the early days of the Internet,” explains Chairman & CEO of Kivuto, Ram Raju. “It allows for a lot more ideas to be tried out.” Read More
The Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation is a critical organization within the health care system of New Brunswick, Canada. It raises funds to support projects that are outside the scope of government funding. These fundraising efforts directly contribute to the Saint John Regional Hospital’s ability to deliver leading-edge care in a timely manner. Over the years, its work has resulted in many equipment and infrastructural upgrades to the hospital, including the New Brunswick Heart Center, Surgical lasers, and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.