Profit for good – Sustainability and Social

One of RGH’s core pillars is to use some of its profit for good. We can’t change the world but we can do our bit and have helped an number of organisations such as The Eden Reforestation Projects and B1G1.

We have always encouraged doing something good. Whether that be for a cause we are passionate about, supporting initiatives for those in need or contributing to the people and the communities we live and work within.

  • We allocate a percentage of our net profits towards charitable organisations and events, chosen by our partners; 
  • support development projects in sport, ecology & sustainability and learning; 
  • partner with tri-forces veterans for career engagement; 
  • work on overcoming age discrimination; 
  • partner on projects embracing autism in the workplace;

We actively encourage all our partners to consider giving time to individuals and organisations that need support, and where possible utilise their knowledge and skills in the process. 

In February 2022 we contributed to the planting 6,000 trees of a 50,000 tree forest being planted through and  Since 2005, Eden Reforestation Projects has worked to alleviate extreme poverty in Africa, Asia, and Latin America by paying people to produce and protect hundreds of millions of trees in deforested areas. With new operations in the Philippines, Brazil, and Ethiopia, expanding its reach to 11 countries, Eden is on track to adding more than 350 million trees in 2021 and have provided jobs to more than 20 thousand people.


In 2007, there were an estimated 1,350 logging households near Gunung Palung National Park – a rainforest in Borneo, home to one of the world’s last orangutan populations. Communities told Health In Harmony they needed two things to stop logging: affordable healthcare and training in regenerative farming. Today there are fewer than 150 logging households in the park (a 90% decrease!), infant mortality has decreased 67%, and they have replanted more than 150 hectares of habitat for 3,000 endangered orangutans. Because rainforests are the lungs of the planet, as they absorb greenhouse gases, their work also helps protect the climate we all depend on. 
“How wonderful it is that you give so much commitment, energy and funds back to worthy causes through B1G1 – that in itself is huge in the way you involve your team and your customers in the giving. But what really sets you apart is the way in which you encourage so many other businesses to step up in this way. You are an amazing ambassador for giving. You really do get that together we make a difference. And you don’t just talk about it, you do it; every second, every day and in every way”P.Dunn (Chairman BIGI)