Every year CRFC raises money for four charities during match days. Last year we raised nearly £2,000 for each of the below ...
Acquired brain injury can happen to anyone at any time. The most common causes are the traumatically caused injuries including road traffic accidents, falls, sporting accidents, and violence. The Headway Community Support Service provides information, advice and support to people living with acquired brain injury and those who care for them.
Holidays for Heroes Jersey
Holidays for Heroes are a Jersey charity whose aim is to provide a week’s holiday on their beautiful island, to any past or present member of HM Forces injured, in mind or body, whilst during or resulting from their service. H4HJ was founded by Dawn & Richard Woodhouse in August 2008. Since their launch they have provided almost 2,000 holidays.
RFU Injured Players Foundation
The IPF provides support and information to those who sustain a catastrophic injury as a result participating in rugby union, to empower them to lead as full and independent life as they are able to. They also work with all stakeholders to reduce the risk of these and other injuries in the game.
The Tom Bowdidge Foundation
The Tom Bowdidge Foundation is a charitable foundation, founded on 28th February 2014 headquartered in Colchester and its goal is to raise funds to support research projects and to provide physical and emotional support to teenagers and young people with cancer.