A Charitable Trust for funding Rugby
The Rugby Football Foundation is a Charitable Trust established by the Rugby Football Union. The mission of the RFF is to do good through rugby. It funds substantial programmes to help players, coaches, referees and clubs, reaching all parts of the country and people of all abilities and backgrounds.
The RFF is also a major funding source for amateur rugby in England, with over £10million invested in developing clubs and improving infrastructure and facilities.
A total of 176 projects have received RFF interest-free loans worth over £8million, while 638 Ground Match grants have been made to the value of over £3million.