Together we can make an even bigger difference. Discover how your company can support injured players and the #RugbyFamily

Your company can support the Injured Players Foundation and can be part of our mission to support and protect the rugby family. We can partner with your organisation in a number of ways to achieve something special that benefits both the Injured Players Foundation and your business.


Charity of the Year and Employee Fundraising:

Engaging staff and employees in fundraising at work can make a big difference to morale and well being in addition to being fun and social. Staff can get involved in a wide range of events we run throughout the year which can also be tailored to your requirements, and our team will be on hand to provide support and advice to help you organise your own events in support of the Injured Players Foundation.


Gifts in Kind:

If you’re looking to donate stock to a worthy cause look no further! Gifts in Kind can be extremely helpful and can be used as auction or raffle prizes to help fundraise to support our work, to reward our best and brightest fundraisers and can make a massive difference as tokens of support for our injured players.


Sponsorship & Corporate Partnerships:

Want to be part of something great? Partnering with the Injured Players Foundation gives you the chance to build a mutually-beneficial affiliation to reinforce your brand or product as socially responsible and forward thinking. We’ll work with you to help you make the most of your association with the Injured Players Foundation to meet your objectives, which could be anything from strengthening sales, raising your brand’s profile or enhancing your position with a rugby audience, while helping us to raise awareness and vital funds to support our work. We have multiple sponsorship opportunities around our events and can discuss creating a bespoke package to meet your aims and requirements. 



Latest News

  • IPF Client voted Club Chairman

    Lee Jones, who was injured playing for his club Silhillians RFC in 2016 aged 35, was unanimously voted to be his club’s chairman at the most recent AGM.

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  • Royal Polo Day Benefits Injured Players

    When The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex played in the 2019 King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, it was to raise awareness and funds for charities they support including the RFU’s Injured Players Foundation.

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  • Injured Player Conquers Vitality London 10k

    21 volunteers took on the Vitality London 10,000 as part of the IPF Team, including injured player Dani Watts who completed the race in a wheelchair alongside members of her rugby club, family and friends.

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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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