A strong commitment to making the world a better place

Rede’s founder, Matthew Redekopp, is no stranger to giving back and promotes a culture to match this at Rede. Since the company’s inception, it has been engaged in supporting like-minded groups including charities, NGOs, and faith based organizations.

 

What organizations Rede supports

A’Rocha International

A Christian organization, engaging communities in nature conservation and working in cooperation with other organizations and individuals who share a commitment to a sustainable world. Arocha is cross-cultural, drawing on the insights and skills of people from the 20 countries where it works.

Manitoba Pioneer Camp

The operators of the Manitoba Pioneer Camps love children and support them to fulfill their full potential. Part of a network of nine Inner-Varsity camps across Canada, this Christian fellowship has been providing summer camps and year-round programs for children, youth, young adults, and families since 1929.

Food for the Hungry

Food for the Hungry (FH) is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to ending poverty—one community at a time. FH walks alongside the most vulnerable communities throughout the developing world as they strive toward sustainability. Recognizing that each community faces unique challenges as well as advantages, FH is committed to an integrated, holistic approach to development including priorities such as agriculture, education, health, and gender equality.

L’Abris

L’Abri, French for the shelter, is a residential study-center. Founded fifty years ago in Switzerland when Francis and Edith Schaeffer opened their home to those who came seeking answers to life’s many questions, it has grown to include eight branches in seven countries. A wide variety of people come to stay at l’Abris, for many different reasons, from a variety of backgrounds, world views, ages and occupations. Every student brings to L’Abris their own unique life, thoughts, interests and questions. L’Abri’s foundation belief is that Christianity, as found in the Bible, is true, and that belief is based on more than a leap of faith.