Our mission is simple – to change life experiences through Rugby harnessing the power of the game to make a positive, lasting impact on individuals’ lives, developing skills and strengthening communities. Something that Matt did every day of his 54 years of life. Read more
A deliberately intimate event at a beautiful course with a sprinkling of rugby legends: players, officials and commentators. Join us at the stunning Kingswood Golf and Country Club in Surrey for a great day of golf followed by an afternoon dinner and presentation. Read more
The Atlas Foundation supports The Jungle Crows with the Khelo Rugby project in 35 locations in Kolkata and North Bengal, benefiting nearly 2000 children each week. Read more
Swaziland has the highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the world, with 28% of the population infected. SKRUM’s mission is to reduce these ﬁgures and offer hope to the youth of Swaziland. We use the game of rugby to engage children, at the same time educating the about HIV/AIDS, inspiring better leadership in communities, raising awareness of gender violence and promoting the beneﬁts of school and education. Read more
Our mission is simple – to change life experiences through Rugby harnessing the power of the game to make a positive, lasting impact on individuals’ lives, developing skills and strengthening communities. Something that Matt did every day of his 54 years of life.
Set up by Ben Nicholson in memory of his wife Anita and their two children Alex and Annabel who tragically lost their lives in the Sri Lanka bombings on Easter Sunday 2019.
First Marathon to Athens, now 100km Lewknor to Avebury, Glen Smith will be joined by Ben Nicholson and 30 runners and walkers to conquer the Ultra Marathon "Race to the Stones" in memory of their friends Anita, Alex and Annabel Nicholson.
empower the lives of women and children.
Please help me raise funds for the work that I champion with Atlas in Argentina. We use the power of rugby to improve the lives of kids from the poorest communities. I have a special link with the city of Salta where the rugby family works in 13 poor communities to give kids the chance of a better life through rugby. £6,000 a year funds enough work to help 900 children on a weekly basis.
We are The Richmond Heavies Foundation – the heart of the Richmond rugby family. The Foundation was borne out of the unconnected premature deaths of three amazing guys closely connected to the Heavies and club within six weeks of each other in 2018. Protecting Players and Supporting Families is our mission. We want everyone in the wider rugby family to get involved so please help and support us. To find out more visit www.richheaviesfdn.org
The Richmond Heavies Foundation Defibrillator Fund aims to provide defibrillators to rugby clubs and communities who cannot afford this lifesaving device.Richmond rugby club has personal experience of how valuable defibrillators can be. The Foundation is focused on heart screening and cardio health awareness, so this is a natural extension of that objective.Awareness of heart conditions in both the young and the old, and their susceptibility to cardiac arrest, is a
Ten supporters of The Foundation are undertaking the epic challenge of cycling from Lands End to John O Groats. This is nearly a thousand miles and they will take just nine days to complete the Journey. The elevation involved, makes this the equivalent of climbing Mount Everest twice and their bodies will endure the same as running nine consecutive marathons
Following Ed's tragic death this Memorial Fund has been established to honour his memory. Ed's family will use it to further the charitable work that Ed did in South Africa when he toured there with his rugby team.
Join us on Sunday 26th September 2021 for this fantastic closed road event. Building on the success of the last four years, join former pro-rugby stars will lead out the ATLAS Peloton at the Tour of Cambridgeshire.
Private parking and registration, high quality Atlas cycling jersey, VIP enclosure with valuables storage, food, drink and bar, private race gate for racers and sportive riders.
Weʼre raising £50,000 to contribute to causes close to Ian Michael Williams' heart, keeping his legacy alive and continuing his impact on the world.
Richmond Rugby Club has an active Community Department providing the benefits of rugby to a wide population. This fund, in partnership with the Atlas Foundation - headed by Richmond resident and former international Jason Leonard - supports our community work. Improving the lives of local people through rugby.
I am fundraising for the Richmond Heavies Foundation - a charity established after the sad death of 3 players at the club in under one year - including my brother Stephen Fairn in 2018. The charity was established to protect players through screening for preventative conditions and also support families that have faced a tragic loss. The charity is also now extending support to the wider Rugby Community in the UK - for example with their Defibrillator Fund that aims to help clubs that cannot aff
In memory of our dear friends Anita, Alex and Annabel and in support of my mate Ben Nicholson.
Neil and I are walking the the 'Race to the Stones' 100 km challenge over two days with friends on 10/11 July in loving memory of Anita, Alex and Annabel, the brightest shining stars. We hope we will do you proud.Thank you for your sponsorship, which is hugely appreciated.
Walking 100km in a weekend in memory of our dear friends Anita, Annabel and Alex Nicholson and for Ben
For the last fourteen years, I’ve lived with a life-threatening, blood-clotting disorder that runs in my family. This September I’ll be pushing my body to the limit by cycling 1,000 miles, the length of Britain, to raise money for two charities I care deeply about - Thrombosis UK and The Richmond Heavies Foundation, which was co-founded by one of my business clients and provides defibrillators to sports clubs that can’t afford the life-saving devices. I’m aiming to raise a minimum of £2,500 for
Matt Ratana was a colleuague with us at Stoke Newington Police Station. His death struck both the Rugby and Policing community's incredibly hard. Myself and a few like minded colleagues have grown up with rugby and want to show our support for this incredible cause.
In memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana and in support of the great work the Foundation established in his name does to support the communities he cared so deeply about.
To carry on Matt Ratana's legacy.
To honour Matt and for a great charity