Our clients range from small community churches with ten or fifteen subscribers to entire dioceses with tens of thousands of contributors.

Although we are primarily known for our boxed sets of church offering envelopes, over the years we have expanded our product range to meet the diverse needs of our clients.

We provide envelopes which can be bar-coded, consecutively or non-consecutively numbered, personalised, printed in full-colour and even printed with built in receipts.

We also provide a diverse range of marketing collateral - signage, brochures and flyers.

Our web to print service allows for easy ordering at a time that suits you.

Key People

Kathleen Shannon

Sales Administrator

Kathleen joined RPD 2007 from IBM where she had been a Quality Technician Team Leader in the micro-electronics division.

Kathleen oversees all aspects of the sales process from sales order processing, marketing and even new product dvelopment. Kathleen enjoys the diversity of customers and loves helping our customers with their needs.

"Treat others as you would like to be treated" is Kathleen's mantra and it shows in the great relationships she has built with our customers over the years. When she is not working she enjoys painting landscapes and has even managed to raise money for charity by auctioning off a number of her paintings. Kathleen is the first to volunteer to help out at any of the in-house charity events we organise during the year - Cake Sales for MS Ireland and Temple Street, our Christmas Jumper Day and our contributions to the Black Santa (St. Ann's, Dawson St. Annual Christmas Fundraiser) are all driven my Kathleen's hard work and enthusiasm.

Skills and Qualifications

Diploma 1st Line Management

Train the Trainer

Lean Manufacturing

Quality Assurance

Diploma in Digital Marketing

Tom Clements

Tom Clements

Managing Director

Tom Clements is our managing director. Tom holds a degree in communications from Dublin City University, a Certificate in Fundraising Management from the Open University and a Masters in Professional Print Management from Dublin Institute of Technology.

He is a member of the board of directors of the Lord’s Taverners Ireland, a charity which provides minibuses and specially adapted sports wheelchairs to sports clubs working with children with special needs. Tom is also member of the Institute of Fundraising and is a former President of the Irish Printing  Federation. In his spare time Tom is a student and teacher of traditional Japanese martial arts and runs his own dojo in Dublin City Centre (www.jishindojo.com).