Minesoft are proud sponsors of the World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) recent mission to raise awareness of a Commonwealth project in Antigua to restore an important historic building.

Ann Chapman-Daniel, Co-owner of Minesoft, sponsored and organised the fundraising reception in London last November with the World Monuments Fund (WMF), to raise awareness of the Government House Heritage Project in Antigua on behalf of the international team of Trustees led by His Excellency Sir Rodney Williams, Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda. This event was very well attended and piqued the interest of private and commercial donors. A leading UK conservation practice, Donald Insall & Associates, is now in the process of delivering the final Management Plan for the restoration of the historically important plantation style house in St John’s, in cooperation with art historian Dr Barbara Paca O.B.E. and Preservation Green LLC, New York.

The WMF project is not only a structural repair of this important heritage building, it also celebrates the craftsmanship and skills of those who have contributed to its complex history. This ongoing project aims to engage people at all stages in their life, with the help of experts, to create jobs and an upward spiral of future positive outcomes for the islanders.

As a global patent solutions provider, Minesoft aims to increase our global reach and encourage innovation and development worldwide. Since 2010, we have partnered with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) in the ASPI programme to give researchers in developing countries free or low-cost access to sophisticated tools and services, like PatBase, for searching, analysing and sharing patent data – a database of millions of global inventions covering all sectors. Minesoft looks forward to engaging in more charity events that build upon our heritage foundations to shape a brighter future.