Our Supporters


Tag Rugby Trust

Tag Rugby Trust has been a strong partner and guiding force for Friends of Rwandan Rugby. They have offered advice and equipment that formed invaluable foundations to the development of the charity commencing way back in 2007. TRT is devoted to developing skills within participants beyond the rugby pitch. Working in 10 countries having helped in excess of 35,000 people we are incredibly proud to call Tag Rugby Trust our friends.

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LV SOS Kit Aid

LVSOSKitAid has been a wonderful contributor of materials to Friends of Rwandan Rugby. We are so proud to work with amazing organisation and hope to continue our strong relationship for many years to come.


In2Touch run O2 touch leagues and events around the country for anyone and everyone. TAG Rugby is a great introduction to the sport of Rugby. Please visit their webiste www.in2touch.com for more details on how to get involved. Click on the picture to be taken straight there. In2touch have been great supporters of FoRR and are generous donators of balls and kit for the kids in Rwanda. Thank you.


Orwell Park School

Thank you to all at Orwell Park Independent School for the amazing donation of 40 rugby balls for the FoRR programme in Rwanda. Our latest group of coaches to visit Rwanda delivered all of the balls personally to schools in Rwanda. Thank you.


Margaret Alphonsi

Margaret Alphonsi, was named 2006 IRB Player of the Year, the 2010 Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year and became the first woman to win the Rugby Union Writers’ Club prestigious Pat Marshall award in 2011. Maggie was appointed MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her Services to Rugby: she has amassed 63 England caps and played in two XVs World Cups. Maggie has been a longstanding friend and supporter of Friends of Rwandan Rugby.

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Beau Robinson

Beau Robinson has had a fairy tale rise to Australian Rugby stardom and is now a first team regular for the Queensland Reds. This was no easy feat but Beau’s "magical" return from the Rugby wilderness was one of the major success stories from 201. He made his Test debut against Samoa. We are delighted to call Beau one of our friends and supporters. You can follow Beau on twitter @beaurobbo.

Some more of our friends . . .