Pinc Foundation

Pinc Foundation
PincGiving was founded by Beverley Claire Pomeroy as a living legacy for her daughter Sophia. Sophia was born with a life limiting illness and requires constant medical care and utilizes many resource facilities within her community.

Having been on the receiving end of philanthropy, Bev was inspired by those charitable organizations and felt it would be fitting to give back by supporting Not for Profits in kind. A portion of Pinc Productions Inc revenue goes towards the Pinc Foundation, a registered society in British Columbia, Canada. We don’t ask for your donation and we don’t compete for funds from your donors. Our Pinc Productions profits are put to work at Pinc Foundation.

The Greek name Sophia means wisdom; Pinc’s logo, the olive branch, symbolizes peace and friendship. Through the wisdom of experience, and the enduring support of friendships and peace, the Pinc Foundation welcomes the opportunity to serve. Pinc Foundation was created as a living legacy for Sophia who has inspired giving back as her gift to all of us.

Pinc Foundation helps you to re-introduce benevolence into our communities here and abroad.


“PincGiving’s unique selling point is that they are not afraid of taking on challenging projects. One of the best things about doing business with PincGiving’s Team is that I feel that they have our Foundations best interests in mind at all times. They truly want to make us more successful through using their services. Their customer service is very efficient, timely and complete. They provide excellent analysis of the results and deliver solid and effective recommendation for changes. We have had a good experience working with Diana and Beverly. They are always willing to help with any questions we might have and always follow up to make sure we are on the right track. ”


Coleen Krauss- Founder, CEO
Inner Wisdom Foundation, Inc.


“AMSSA was very pleased to work with the PincProduction team on our Public Service Announcement for our national Safe Harbour: Respect for All diversity initiative. From the beginning, the video production team injected their creative energy and expertise into the development of the PSA, always ensuring there was a ‘Plan B.’ Their assistance with script writing and locating actors was critical to the success of the project. The team maintained a high level of communication with AMSSA throughout the process, going out of their way to ensure our needs were met with editing, adding a musical piece, and producing the final product earlier than our scheduled date. AMSSA was impressed with the amount of donated time and equipment provided to us. The two final versions of the PSA are phenomenal: we are now proud to showcase them on our website to promote the value of diversity in building welcoming communities across Canada.”


Lindsay Marsh, National Safe Harbour Program Coordinator
Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Service Agencies of BC (AMSSA)


… It was such a fun project and I really enjoyed working with all of you. Thank you for the opportunity! All the best and hope to work with you again in the future.”
– Leyla Carreira, Actor – Safe Harbour: Respect for All Public Service Announcement