REDLEE/SCS does more than business. We donate our time and expertise to causes that matter to our clients and us. Internally, we recognize the employees who go above and beyond to improve their local communities. These values have been part of the foundation of our company and family since the beginning – it felt like the natural next step to create REDLEE Charities.
What started as a family-owned business has grown to include those not only related by blood but related by mindset. Two key family members of the REDLEE family drove the company to always remember to give back and lend a helping hand, Jill Redfearn and Pam Redfearn Holman. In their memory, supporting the community will always be a high priority for REDLEE.
Jill was integral in our company’s efforts to give back to the communities in which we worked. Our family heritage was a source of her pride, and she was devoted to supporting those less fortunate. We honor her dedication annually with the Jill Redfearn Award.
Pam Redfearn Holman
Pam brought humor and proper grammar to those she worked with. Everyone enjoyed her love of Monty Python and tacky snow globes. She organized efforts to make and send care packages to combat troops overseas for years. The annual charity shoot is held in her honor and supports military charities she supported in her life.
Every year, the company’s efforts culminate with the Pam Redfearn Holman Charity Sporting Clays Tournament, benefitting a military charity in honor of our beloved daughter, wife, aunt, and coworker who passed away in 2011. Past beneficiaries include a DFW VA Hospital, The Wounded Warrior Project, The Fisher House, The Healing Road Foundation, and Heroes on the Water.
Since the event’s inception, REDLEE Charities has raised over $200,000 net presented to these charities. Each year, we would like to see it grow more.
If you would like to hear more or become involved with our annual charity event, please contact Megan Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.