Help the IPF raise funds in & around Twickenham Stadium for England’s first home match of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations by volunteering to join our team of bucket shakers on match day.

We need enthusiastic volunteers to help support the charity on Saturday 22nd April at Twickenham before kick-off at the England v France match and to help raise funds by collecting donations from supporters.

The Injured Players Foundation simply could not do everything we do without our amazing volunteers. As with rugby in general, volunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation and make an enormous difference to our work.

Volunteering isn’t just about giving back, it also offers you the opportunity to learn and build on skills and experience, to get out and meet new people, and to get involved in a variety of events and initiatives across the country in support of the #RugbyFamily.

Volunteer at England v France

To register to join the RFU IPF bucket collecting team please download and complete the form below and return this to the IPF team.

Date: Sunday 10th February 2019
Requirements: Enthusiasm and willingness to encourage rugby fans to donate to the charity in support of the rugby family!
Location: Twickenham Stadium

Register to Volunteer

Once you have completed the form above, please email this to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a member of the team will be in touch with some more information about the day.

To discover more about volunteering with the Injured Players Foundation or to let us know how you want to get involved, get in touch with the team, we’d love to hear from you!

 

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