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The Ian Williams Foundation Fund Appeal

Weʼre raising £25,000 to contribute to causes close to Ian Michael Williams' heart, keeping his legacy alive and continuing his impact on the world. Read more

The Kings Rugby Development Academy Fund

The Kings Rugby Development Academy provides 250 of the poorest children (6-16 yrs) from the largest Sub-Saharan African slum with opportunities for a better and enriched life. The programme gives the children from the Kibera, green fields of open space, positive ‘coach’ role models, nutritious food, plenty of clean water to drink, medical support and the joy of exchanging rags for rugby kits and much more. Read more

Pettipher Family - Kolkata Street Kids Fund

Atlas CEO Sally Pettipher, her husband Jim and son Will have established this fund to continue their personal support of the Jungle Crows and their Khelo Rugby programme in Kolkata and beyond. Read more

Richmond Heavies Foundation Fund

The Richmond Heavies is the veteran’s side of Richmond Rugby Club in West London, one of the oldest clubs in the world and presently playing in the RFU Championship as the sole amateur club. Several recent unexpected bereavements of players have led to the creation of a charitable foundation to help protect senior and junior players at the club, as well as being able to help those immediately impacted, by a serious illness or bereavement. Read more

Silver Hippos Atlas Foundation Fund

The Silver Hippos met Jason Leonard and the England Rugby team in Cape Town at a visit to an Atlas Foundation project. Jason established the Atlas Foundation to "raise kids out of disadvantage through the power of rugby". The Hippos were very admiring of this work and have set up this Fund to continue to support the work we saw there, and in other places around the world. Read more

Ed Cooper Memorial Fund

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. Read more

Sutton & Epsom Rugby Club Fund

The Atlas Foundation is proud to partner with Sutton and Epsom RFC to support grassroots rugby development. Read more

Richmond FC touring party for Masiphumelele RFC

As an integral part of their 2016 rugby tour to Cape Town, the Richmond FC senior men's side spent a day at a local township. Masiphumelele township highlighted the troubles that young children and teenagers have in gaining vital education and learning, key skills in order to improve their prospects for a better future. Read more

Birstall RFC Fund

The current club was formed in 1976 by a group of dedicated teachers at the local senior schools with the intention of providing ex-pupils with a club that would enable them to continue playing the game. The Club now boasts two senior adult teams, the 1XV currently compete in the Midlands 3 East (North) Division. Read more

Bob & Tracy Harris Family Fund

The Bob & Tracy Harris Family Fund raises money to help children in the poorest parts of the world get essential health, education and social support through the work of the Atlas Foundation. This work brings Tracy's nursing background and Bob's rugby background together to help kids have a healthy, happy future as part of the worldwide rugby family. Read more

Barking RFC Community Fund

Barking RFC is proud to be a partner of the ATLAS Foundation. ATLAS was created by Jason Leonard in order to give strength to some of the poorest children on earth. Through our own ATLAS Barking Community Fund we can provide food, water, medicine, education, kit, boots, ball, coaching and the benefits we all feel though rugby. Read more

Richmond FC community fund

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. Read more