Bring together friends, family and team mates for the ultimate curry night and make a difference supporting injured players.


What could be better than mates, curry and rugby? #CurryMeHome is a great opportunity for rugby clubs, groups of friends and family or work mates to get together over some great food, good times and to raise funds for the RFU Injured Players Foundation. Get in touch to receive your free resources pack including;


  • Special recipes to use from the rugby world
  • Advice on how best to fundraise at your event
  • Tip on how to promote your #CurryMeHome and get more guests


To find out more and register your event please get in touch via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 020 8831 7616. The IPF team is eager to help with ideas, advice and any support you need to plan an amazing #CurryMeHome evening.


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