Do your own thing and support the IPF with a unique event. We’ve got everything you need to get started.

From advice, guidance, promotional materials or any type of fundraising kit you need to make your plans a reality, we can help you get your event off the ground and start raising money and awareness for the Injured Players Foundation.

There are lots of fantastic ways you can raise funds to help support and protect the rugby family. Whether it's through your club or work place, with friends or simply doing your own thing, there will be something to suit you!

 

How to get started:

• See our list of A-Z of Fundraising Ideas - decide what you'd like to do!
• Register your event with us by completing this form
• Set up an online fundraising page
• Start promoting your event and/or getting sponsored!

 

Latest News

  • Rugby Runners raise over £65,000 in London Marathon

    At the London Marathon a total of 25 IPF runners, raised over £65,000 between them to support catastrophically injured players and to fund vital injury prevention research.

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  • AMROS Big Lunch in Droitwich to support IPF

    AMROS Golf Event Management & Promotions will be supporting the Injured Players Foundation and Wooden Spoon Worcestershire at their upcoming ‘Big Lunch’ on Friday 5th July at the Chateau Impney in Droitwich. With special guests Sir Clive Woodward and Worcester Warriors’ Chris Pennell, this promises to be a spectacular event.

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  • Pass the Ball Team surpass £100,000

    On Wednesday 1st May a group of walkers set off from Twickenham Stadium on a 150 mile walk to Stourbridge Rugby Club. A week later a group of cyclists followed the same route and the two teams arrived at Stourbridge Rugby Club on Friday 10th May for a day of celebration.

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Real Stories

  • KJ's Story

    "There wasn’t a single day that the IPF and the club weren’t there for me. It has made me appreciate rugby even more.”

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  • Jamie's Story

    “Life is not the same as it was but a million times better than it could have been."

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  • Jack's Story

    "The most important thing has been the personal approach, the IPF became our extended family.”

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