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Help for Heroes

What is H4H all about? Itís about the blokes. Itís about Derri, a rugby player who has lost both his legs, it about Carl whose jaw is wired up so he has been drinking through a straw. Itís about Richard who was handed a mobile phone as he lay on the stretcher so he could say goodbye to his wife. It is about Ben, its about Steven and Andy and Mark, its about them all. They are just blokes but they are our blokes; they are our heroes. We want to help our heroes.

touraid - tour for a week, learn for a lifetime

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Touraid is a new Charity with the aim of giving opportunities to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds the chance to come to the UK to play rugby.

Touraid hopes to establish sustainable links between schools and clubs in the UK and the disadvantaged areas of rugby developing nations to provide educational, cultural, economic and social benefits. Tour Aid sees rugby as the catalyst for these partnerships and the resulting educational value to the visiting teams and host school children is immense.

Hearts and Balls - Helping Rugby Help Its Own

hearts and balls

Hearts and Balls was conceived in 1999 when Struan Kerr-Liddell of Lismore Rugby Club in Edinburgh suffered a serious spinal injury that left him paralysed. Struan's team mates set up and ran a highly successful appeal which they decide to continue by widening its support to cover players and loved ones impacted by serious injury or illness and Hearts and Balls was created with the aim of 'helping rugby help its own'. Over the past 6 years Hearts and Balls has helped numerous players and families impacted by injury, illness or bereavement.

The Wooden Spoon Society - Rugby's charity supporting disadvantaged children and young people

wooden spoon society

Wooden Spoon is rugby's charity supporting mentally, physically and socially disadvantaged children and young people. Spoon has committed to over £13 million in spending for projects for children and young people. It has organised over 2,000 events and had over 25,000 ties worn by its loyal members and supporters. Hardworking staff and volunteers have achieved all of this since the birth of the charity.

SOS iRB Kit Aid

sos irb kit aid

SOS simply collects quality unwanted rugby kit from schools/clubs to help develop rugby in emerging nations desperate for kit.

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