Charity & Sponsorship
Bob Rehill & Associates are proud to support a number of local charities. If you would be interested in partnering with us, please get in touch with Louise Miles email@example.com
Bob Rehill & Associates were delighted to be a Gold Sponsor for Richmond Fellowship’s ENRICH Awards 2019. The charity, which celebrated its 60-year anniversary in June, recognised the inspiring achievements of staff, volunteers and the people they support, by launching the awards based on their organisational values of Enabling, Networking, Respect, Inclusion, Community and Hope (ENRICH). Categories include ‘Excellence in Innovation’ and ‘Excellence in Social Responsibility’ as well as the ‘Hope Award’, nominated by people supported by Richmond Fellowship and awarded to the team that has made the most difference in supporting people on their recovery journey.
Bob Rehill of Bob Rehill & Associates said: ‘We are absolutely thrilled to be able to support Richmond Fellowship and sponsor the ENRICH Awards 2019. The organisation undertakes incredible work in the community, supporting over 9,000 people living with mental ill health every year, and the hard work that they do should be recognised and celebrated.’
For more information, please visit www.richmondfellowship.org.uk
Bob Rehill & Associates are delighted to have sponsored Pro Golfer and Sussex PGA Winner Jonny Ingram for the last couple of years. Since picking up his first set of golf clubs at the age of 11, Jonny always wanted to turn pro, and after making it into the county team at just 14, he set his sights on realising that ambition.
Jonny’s aims for the 2019 season are to win two or more events and finish in the top 10 of the South Region Order of Merit. In the longer term, he is keen to play full time but has found that the financial commitment to do so has sometimes held him back as he hasn’t been able to put the time in that is required to compete at the highest level. Alongside playing in regular tournaments, Jonny coaches and works at Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club, meaning he must plan his time effectively, and feels that with Bob’s help, he has been able to get the most out of his skills. I am so grateful for Bob’s help over the last few years, as he has given me the opportunity to go and do what I love. Not only does he help me on a financial basis, but he is also a very supportive character which is great to have” he says.
Farnborough Sixth Form College
We have recently launched The Bob Rehill Entrepreneur Programme, which is offering a programme of support and funding for up to three local entrepreneurial projects from students at Sixth Form College Farnborough.
For much of his career, Bob has held leadership roles across all disciplines within the business lifecycle including Sales & Marketing, Business Development, Operational Management, IT, Finance and HR. Now using that expertise, together with over 18 years of consultation experience on transformation projects and programmes, Bob is providing this fantastic opportunity to the next generation of students. The successful businesses will be able to advantage of one-to-one coaching sessions and specialist advice with Bob for a minimum of four months; a cash grant of up to £10,000 across the three businesses; support with marketing, admin and back-office functions, as well as networking and additional contacts where applicable.
For more information, please visit www.farnborough.ac.uk
EEEA Academy Trust
Bob Rehill is proud to be a Trust Member and supporter of the EEEA Academy Trust in Surrey. The trust manages four local schools and whose core aim is to ensure that all children experience a rich and varied curriculum delivered by staff that are passionate, positive and pro-active. Bob has previously held the positions of Governor and then Chair of Governors of Ravenscote Junior School (part of the Academy Trust) when the school achieved its Outstanding Ofsted status. In addition, Bob helped the school become an Academy by taking on the role of Chair of the Board, and is proud to play a part in giving back to young people in education.
For more information, please visit www.eeea.co.uk