WHO WE ARE

Our Vision:

A world where the power of sport is used to drive positive change.

Our Mission:

To use the Harlequin network and brand to inspire, educate and equip individuals and communities at home and around the world to change their lives and fulfil their potential.

Our focus is on inspirational, sustainable and transformative solutions that tackle inequality, poor health and the challenges facing the most vulnerable in society using education, skills development and entrepreneurship.

OUR WORK

We deliver our own core programmes including Switch and METTLE as well as a range of projects designed and funded via Premiership Rugby. We also support local community organisations and charities through in kind donations and through small grants.

We have recently launched a long term partnership with the Movember Foundation to stop men dying too young. A group of Harlequins players took part in the Man of More Words campaign which launched on World Suicide Prevention Day 2018.

Our programmes and partnerships aim to inspire, educate and equip the people we work with, opening doors to new opportunities and transforming lives. We are proud of both the breadth of areas we work in for the size of our organisation and the difference we are capable of making.

 Meaningful impact is important to us, so we ensure we monitor, evaluate and assess our programmes continually.

The Mighty Draw helps raise valuable funds to support the work of the Harlequins Foundation, the next generation of Harlequins players, as well as our Movember partnership. Since we launched The Mighty Draw in October 2018 we have raised £32,000 through matchdays at The Stoop and at Big Game 11, meaning the Foundation can do more of what matters in the community.

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LATEST NEWS

SWITCH NEWS

Quins welcome over 160 pupils from local schools to the Home of Harlequins for the Club’s first standalone girls rugby festival at The Stoop

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The Harlequins Foundation welcome over 80 young people to participate in a Mixed Ability rugby festival at the Home of Harlequins as part of the Project Rugby initiative.

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