We've had rugby clubs from across the country organising anything from sponsoring the forwards to shave their heads, right through to whole fun days and club dinners. You can do anything to raise money – as long as it's legal and fun!

 

Why not choose the Injured Players Foundation as your club's charity for the season and take on the challenge of raising money together? The team at the IPF will help you with advice, materials and support so your club will have a great time and you'll know you're making a difference to every rugby player in the game.


How to get started:

 

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

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