Natalie Ivey and Ken Ivey with “Pokemon” at the annual fundraiser dinner for the Palm Beach School for Autism.  Natalie, Ken, and the entire RPC team are proud supporters of the school.  The Palm Beach School for Autism is a tuition free public charter school serving children from Preschool through 12th grade on the autism spectrum. They address the learning needs of the students through individual education plans, highly trained teachers and therapists and a focus on independence. In addition to an academic education, children are schooled in the arts, technology, wood shop, French, athletics, vocational programming, social skills and daily living skills. RPC has been a proud sponsor of the school for many years and not only provides support through financial donations and sponsorship-in-kind, but RPC also provides HR consulting at significantly reduced rates to help the school’s administration. Our goal is to help the administration provide good leadership to retain the talented employees who work there, but to also help the administration on an as-needed basis with HR and employee relations’ issues to ensure they minimize risk to their organization.

The RPC team with law enforcement officers in Palm Beach County, Florida at the annual ASIS LEO Awards Luncheon at the PGA Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

RPC has been a proud sponsor of ASIS International’s annual LEO Awards, which honors law enforcement officers for their extraordinary commitment to public service.

Natalie Ivey, President & CEO of RPCHR with two mentees with the Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship organization at the annual graduation luncheon.

Natalie has been a mentor with the Women of Tomorrow organization for a number of years, offering guidance to young women who are at-risk of not living up to their full potential. Natalie has donated her time, once per month, to visit with young women at the JP Taravella High School in Coral Springs, Florida to provide guidance, coaching, and mentorship to young women who are high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.


RPCHR is a proud sponsor of Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida and contributes financial resources on an annual basis to support the organization. Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida (LRROF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to placing Labrador Retrievers in loving, permanent homes. The organization is comprised of hardworking volunteers and veterinarian partners that are committed to placing Labs in new homes. LRROF provides foster care, veterinary care, spaying/neutering and microchips for the Labradors in the adoption program. The goal is to place Labradors in appropriate, permanent homes. Prior to an adoption, LRROF considers the history, temperament, personality, and energy level of the rescued Labrador. The placement process includes a written application and a home visit of the potential adopter. LRROF is committed to making a lifelong match for of all our adopted Labradors.

Over the years, Natalie, Ken, and Taylor Ivey have all volunteered to foster Labradors in need of a home. Over the years, the Ivey family has helped to foster and place numerous Labs into loving homes. However, some of the Labs have been “foster failures” in that they warmed the hearts of the family so much that the dogs just stayed as part of the Ivey family.