Sponsorship & Pro Bono Work

As a company built on transformational and sustainable leadership we proudly support a diverse range of sponsorship, community investment and charitable-giving programmes across the company.


Over the last 12 months we have supported the following initiatives:


  • Allbutt Shoes - RWA provided graphic and web design support and mentoring to assist Lynne Allbutt to become the first person to run barefoot across Wales (www.allbuttshoes.com)

  • Barefoot & Before- RWA provided graphics and publishing support to assist Lynne Allbutt to publish her autobiography, chronicling both the challenge and also her personal life.

Barefoot & Before Lynne Allbutt


  • Llanwern Life - RWA helped set-up a news website for this Newport High School. As part of the project, RWA worked with the school to get children applying for roles by writing their first CV and inviting children to a formal work interview before filling the posts. The children were then invited to the RWA Head Office in Blaenavon for a morning of presentations about business and team building.


  • Association of Professional Compliance Consultants - Director Terence Clark is a volunteer Director for this financial services trade association.

  • The Geoff Smith Foundationa Southampton based charity which provides support to MS sufferers and their families. Ian Ritchie is chair of Trustees 
  • Busy Bees Day Nursery & Kid’s Club, Blaenavon - Director Tom Wood is a volunteer Chairman and Amy Foster is on the Management Board for this local charity childcare provider.

  • Torfaen Wisdom Bank - Director Tom Wood sits on the management board for this local online networking and knowledge sharing initiative set up to increase social networking on a local level within Torfaen.

  • Torfaen EFFECT - Director Tom Wood sits on the management board for this enterprise facilitation project within Torfaen.

  • Blaenavon World Heritage Day Festival - Sponsors

  • Blaenavon Blues Football Club - Sponsors

  • Blaenavon Town Team - lending pro bono marketing and graphic design support.



“The work that RWA did with the children at Llanwern High was engaging and thought provoking in that it taught them a whole range of IT and Communication Skills. This would have been the childrens’ first experiences of the world of work and the projects that the team ran have inspired the group to want to learn new skills outside of the classroom. The work did not just stop there, and the children are now feeling empowered to undertake their own projects. Thank you for having the foresight to deliver something so unique in the Llanwern Life project and which will have a lasting legacy at the school.”


– Emma Llewellyn, Head of English, Llanwern High School.