Could you be our new Atlas Executive Assistant?

The Atlas Foundation Chief Executive is hiring an Executive Assistant to support her and the Board of Trustees. Read more

Memorial Match Success in Singapore

On Nov 5th 2019 the Inaugural Memorial Match in honour of Anita, Alex and Annabel Nicholson was held on the Padang, Singapore. A star studded evening followed at the SCC, raising over $100,000. Read more

Who will you 👀 at the Rugby World Cup in Japan 🇯🇵?

Atlas Foundation and Front Row Club Rugby Champions are in Japan for the greatest rugby show on earth. Around playing, media and corporate work, they are finding time to help children and young people for a range of charities. We are hugely proud of them all, changing lives through the power of the sport we all love ❤️ Read more

Huge support for Atlas and Shawsey at M Den

Weds 25th September saw the inugural M Den evening hosted by Simon Shaw to raise money for Atlas's work with kids from the slums of Nairobi. Read more

World Cup Warriors Dinner 2019

A fantastic night at the Hilton managed to raise a record amount for the Atlas Foundation. With fascinating insights into England's World Cup build-up in 2003, as well as thoughts on England's chances this year, it's safe to say that Sir Clive Woodward, Jonny Wilkinson, Mike Tindall, and Lawrence Dallaglio captivated the audience and gave them a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Read more

Brands Hatch LSEG Cyclothon 2019

The London Stock Exchange Group tested their endurance by taking to their bikes for 12 hours on the famous Brand Hatch motor racing circuit, in support of Ben Nicholson who tragically lost his wife Anita and his two children Alex and Annabel in the Sri Lanka bombings on Easter Sunday 2019. Anita was the Atlas Foundation project manager in Singapore.  In their memory, LSEG raised £9,513 to help the Nicholson Memorial Fund reach the next milestone of £200,000. The money raised will be used to fun Read more

Perins High School Rugby Tour 2019

Two weeks ago the Perins High School u15s and u16s rugby teams stopped off to play Masiphumele High School, who were bolstered by the drafting in of some Ocean View High School boys. The team spirit must have been excellent, given the amazing effort they put in together the previous week cleaning up the pitch at Ocean View HS. Read more