Meinhardt UK Charity Touch Rugby Tournament 2019

by Darran Martin in Plumpton Green, England, United Kingdom

We did it
On 17th October 2019 we successfully raised £1,000 with 1 supporters in 56 days

Your support will help us to expand our work tackling homelessness through rugby.

by Darran Martin in Plumpton Green, England, United Kingdom

This September, Homeless Rugby CIC is supported by Meinhardt UK in their bid to raise vital funds to develop and expand the work of the not-for-profit.

Meinhardt UK is a key corporate supporter of Homeless Rugby, and helped us by raising thousands of pounds through their corporate charity touch rugby tournaments.

Following the success of previous event, Meinhardt UK’s charity tournament returns this September, bigger and better than before. Meinhardt will play host to corporate rugby teams from various companies across the property sector, who will come together for an afternoon of friendly competition followed by a celebratory after-party.

Meinhardt UK would like to thank our corporate teams for their entry donations to the tournament, and for their support at the event, where there will be further fun ways to donate money to the charity.

How You Can Help

Your donation will:

§  Aid us in our continued work developing a national programme of homeless rugby training and development initiatives across the UK, engaging professional and amateur clubs along with homeless charities and the business community.

§  Help us to start new teams across the UK and register more players with the Homeless Rugby programme so that they can benefit from the wealth of resources and connections the rugby family has to offer.

§  Maintain, enhance and expand the resources and activities we provide for those affected by homelessness.

§  Support our existing teams – providing kit, training facilities and funding to travel and attend matches and compete in local leagues.

§  Help us to increase awareness of our work, and transform public understanding of homelessness in the UK.

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