Redpath is a proud business member of every global region we work in and we strongly believe community involvement is important to the quality of life for our employees. Our global family is rich in cultural and lingual diversity and we take numerous opportunities to celebrate and support regional promotions, youth sports leagues, charitable activities and the arts.
World AIDS Day is recognized around the globe annually on December 1st. Redpath South Africa helped to fundraise for AIDS Orphan homes across the country, and contributed to the efforts aimed at creating awareness about HIV and AIDS.
Redpath’s head office, regularly enters a robust ice hockey team into various charitable tournaments in support of developing women’s hockey and also, “Big Brothers”; an organization that partners an adult mentor to a young person who can greatly benefit from having an adult role model to look up to.
Call it what you will, the global love of football, footy or soccer starts with our youth. This Indonesian youth soccer team, sponsored by Redpath proudly shows off some well earned hardware!
Redpath Australia sponsored the 7th Annual “Capella Camel Cup Races” which raises money to provide much needed resources to a local high school. Redpath took first place!
The “Redpath Blasters”, have participated in “The Big Bike Event” in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Team work prevailed along the event route and was most certainly fueled by laughter and high spirits!
Redpath Mongolia celebrated Mongolia’s Naadam Festival. This is the most widely watched festival in the country. It begins with an elaborately produced ceremony featuring dancers, athletes, horsebackriders, and musicians. After the ceremony, competitions in wrestling, archery and horseback riding begin.
In an effort to keep alive the social contribution spirit in the regions where Redpath performs its work (in this case Pascua Lama), the company, known by its tunnel construction work, made a significant donation of musical equipments to ACR, a cultural organization that produces musical events in various locations in the Atacama Region, aimed to create artistic spaces oriented to children and youth living under challenging economic conditions. The Redpath donation consisting of guitars, drum sets, bass guitars and keyboards, was made to the youth at the Cultural Center of the Municipalidad of Copiapó.