The RD Group is delighted to unveil a new sponsorship and strategic partnership with Garrison Farm, a Community Interest Company formed to support veterans through outdoor/holistic activities and subsidised routes into sustainable living/agriculture.
Garrison Farm is building a team to set up an ecovillage in South Wales to deliver charity services while delivering support for veterans in collaboration with established veterans charities and sustainable development organisations.
The RD Group, which comprises EFT Consult, RDM Electrical & Mechanical Services and DRS Facilities Management, has the skills, knowledge and connections across the group to support Garrison Farm to deliver the framework for this ecovillage.
The group has a proven track record of providing design, engineering, installation and maintenance services for national and international clients and has agreed to use its strategic position and resources to help Garrison Farm fast track its ambitions for building a network of ecovillages and sustainable farming projects.
Dave Kieft, the founder of the RD Group, said:
“Both Garrison Farm and RD Group are interested in developing circular economy initiatives. Having successfully delivered sustainable development projects with similar organisations, we are optimistic we can assist Garrison Farm in successfully developing ecovillages to a high standard.
“This relationship will provide support not only to veterans personally but also provide a platform of support and career opportunity when they leave the armed forces. After protecting us and serving their country, this is our opportunity to show some appreciation and provide viable opportunities when veterans leave the support network they are used to. We are proud to be able to help.”
Chris Carrée, founder of Garrison Farm, said:
“Garrison Farm CIC are delighted to announce strategic support from EFT Consult, RDM Electrical & Mechanical Services and DRS Facilities Management to fast-track our plans to create ecovillages and sustainable farming projects to help veterans.”