IPP-sponsored Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) charity golf day goes with a swing
It was tee time at the recent Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) charity golf day where IPP was proud to sponsor a hole.
‘Tommy Tee Off’ took place at The Weald of Kent Golf Course and IPP, which has a long-standing relationship with RBLI, also took to the fairway with some of its customers to support the good cause.
The fun day of golf raised £30,000 and IPP’s involvement saw its logo displayed on its sponsored hole, along with appearing on various other promotional materials.
James McDonald, account manager at IPP who swapped the office for the greens, said: “Tommy Tee Off was a great opportunity to show our support to some of the UK’s most vulnerable veterans.
“The RBLI does an amazing job creating homes and jobs for those in need and we were delighted to sponsor a hole.”
The RBLI has been providing high quality and life changing support to the Armed Forces community every day across the UK ever since its inception in 1919.
Through its various divisions it provides homes, welfare and jobs to veterans along with their families.
IPP has a strong association with RBLI, having previously worked with its veterans to repair its pallets at the RBLI site in Aylesford in Kent.
“What another fantastic Golf Day had by all today; as a number of RBLI partners, supporters and veterans took to the Weald of Kent Golf Course raising vital funds for the Armed Forces community. I’d like to thank all of today’s sponsors who made today such a huge success,” said Lisa Farmer, Chief Executive of RBLI.
For more information on the RBLI, visit www.rbli.co.uk.