Our ethos has always been to help and support the communities in which we live and work. Redbrik is passionate about improving lives and helping people get active. We sponsor local people, teams and events and are always on the lookout for new ideas. We wish we could help everyone, but
One of our major initiatives is the Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon. In 2017 we rescued the event and signed up to a five-year sponsorship. We wanted to make sure Chesterfield had a large scale mass participation fitness event and with the help of some fantastic partners, we are excited about growing this fabulous road race that engages the town and brings it together.
As well as some large scale events, we also love to hold smaller one-off fundraisers. Baking cakes, charity football matches, Christmas jumper days and we also have food drop off points for staff and clients alike wanting to give to the local food banks and homeless centres.
In 2017, we became headline sponsors of the newly launched Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon.
The 2018 event, which is backed by Chesterfield Borough Council, will take place on Sunday 21 October , starting at 9.30am in Queen’s Park, Chesterfield. This will be Redbrik’s second year sponsoring the event.
Chesterfield-based charity Ashgate Hospicecare and North Anston-based Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice will be charity partners of the 2018 race following a hugely successful inaugural event in 2017, which raised more than £50,000 for good causes.
The event raised £1,500 which will be split equally between our chosen charities.
The match saw Redbrik claim the honours with a 4 – 3 victory, with co-founder Mark Ross and valuer, Ross Bateman among the scorers.
Following our Charity Football match against Sheffield United Ladies, we were delighted to present Ashgate Hospice with their share of the money we raised.
Any Blades fans out there might have spotted our name at a match – we sponsor the Bramall Lane Stand. We have previously offered an exciting deal for our customers where we have bought their season ticket if they instruct Redbrik to sell their home.
We’re very proud to sponsor Team GB Triathlon and Duathlon medallist, Fiona Kesteven. Fiona is an active member of the Sheffield community and, while working a full-time job and raising her two children, she still finds time to train and compete throughout the year.
We love taking part in fundraisers and Christmas Jumper Day is possibly one our favourites! Not only do we look super cool, we raised lots of money for Save the Children.
Every year, we take part in Macmillan Coffee Morning bringing in our finest home baking to raise money for this wonderful charity.
The Millhouses Works Cricket Club (MWCC), a local grassroots club, has a longstanding relationship with Redbrik and we have sponsored the team for a number of seasons.
We play an active part in the local business community and are proud to be a Premium Partner of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.
Our business is at the forefront of developments across the region and provides us with more opportunities to get involved, as well as business support, workforce development through Chamber training courses, and helps to raise the profile of the company.
We have built up a great relationship with the Sheffield Chamber and continue to work closely with them.
We previously won the Best Use of Technology to Improve Business Performance Award at the Sheffield Business Awards 2016 as a result of our implementation of state-of-the-art 3D Walkthrough technology.
Mark Ross, director at Redbrik, said: “The support we receive from Sheffield Chamber is fantastic and has helped our business grow exponentially throughout the years.
“They are a fantastic resource for local businesses, offering advice and networking opportunities that keeps you in touch with the local community.”
Redbrik’s first home was in Chesterfield and we are part of a great group of businesses known as the Chesterfield Champions.
The scheme, run by Destination Chesterfield, is a powerful network helping to raise the profile of the town. We’re proud to stand alongside 170 organisations to support the development of Chesterfield’s economy and showcase all that is good about the town.
Our director Mark Ross commented: “Chesterfield is at the very heart of Redbrik and we have seen continued success across the region since opening our doors in 2013.
“People in Chesterfield have been so supportive towards Redbrik and we have formed great bonds with a lot of local businesses. We feel it is important to play a part in the wider community and Chesterfield Champions provides us with the opportunity to be involved in helping Chesterfield achieve its full potential.”