Mon 01 Mar 2021 21:28

Who are 'Rugby Against Cancer'?
Rugby Against Cancer is a charity that supports rugby players and their families dealing with cancer. We are a young charity and are growing year on year, which means we are able to support more people and reach more rugby clubs around the UK.

What do we do?
We provide support to the rugby family and their families dealing with cancer, whether that's respite experiences, gift bundles to raise a smile or assisting with fundraising for personal costs.

Can I apply for support?
Yes, if you or a member of your immediate family have been affected by a cancer diagnosis, and are a member of a rugby club, then get in touch via our website or email us. We are here for you!

How can you get involved?
Everyone is welcome to take part in our events, rugby matches, or you can fundraise on our behalf - every penny raised goes towards helping those in the rugby family!

We have a range of professional rugby player ambassadors who have faced their own cancer battles and those who support our cause, they are there to help raise awareness that the rugby family are not alone. 

And now you can become a Local Ambassadors or Club Connection! If you want to help a great cause and spread awareness of Rugby Against Cancer, then apply on our website today.

For more information, please visit our website https://www.rugbyagainstcancer.com/

Remember to follow us on social media, search 'Rugby Against Cancer'

You can visit our dedicated page for Rubgy Against Cancer Here.

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