12TH APRIL 2019 (18:00)
Mighty Draw raises £32,000 for good causes.
Teams from Croydon, Hounslow, Kingston and Richmond qualify for the next stage of the competition thanks to Harlequins Foundation Coaches.
The Harlequins Foundation is committed to supporting Harlequins colleagues, supporters and wider community to tackle health issues, through raising awareness and encouraging behaviour change.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has teamed up with the Harlequins Foundation to encourage thousands of schoolchildren to interact with local police through a rugby project.
Harlequins supporter Michael Jardine has signed up for the 2019 edition when we head to the Ricoh on May 17/18 – and he is urging you to join him.
On Friday the 8th of March, the Harlequins Foundation, in partnership with Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust (OHCAT) launched a new Digital School.
Premiership Rugby announce Project Rugby partnership with title sponsors Gallagher at Harlequins Foundation Hounslow Hub, Grasshoppers RFC.
Enjoy a fantastic evening, on Tuesday 7th May, to celebrate the 2018/19 season at Harlequins’ Annual Awards Dinner; supporting the Harlequins Foundation.
In the penultimate round of Harlequins v The Hairy Handlebars, and in the toughest challenge yet, it’s down to who out of the three teams…
Following the Quiz, it’s time for a Sports Day classic: the Egg and Spoon race. Who’s got the patience, poise and pace to come out…
Future Hope is a charitable organisation which provides opportunity through its homes, school, sports and medical programme for some of the most vulnerable children from the streets and slums of Kolkata, India.
Fergus Crawley talks about his battle with mental health and his Guinness World Record attempt to raise money for the Harlequins Foundation and Movember.
Harlequins players, staff and supporters join forces to Grow, Move and Host to raise funds for the Harlequins Foundation and Movember Foundation partnership.