JUNE 2019

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THE FOUNDATION AND TRT HAVE LAUNCHED THEIR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP 

18TH JUNE 2019 (15:45)

Harlequins Foundation Programme Manager Paul Wilson spent four days visiting TRT in Harare and saw the impact not only FITR has been having, but also how TRT use tag rugby to ENGAGE, EDUCATE and IMPACT the lives of young boys and girls.

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NUFFIELD HEALTH – SWAP PROGRAMME

18TH JUNE 2019 (15:30)

This term, young people participating in The Harlequins Foundations HITZ Learning Academy have also been participating in Nuffield Health’s SWAP Programme as part of their enrichment activity.

General Campaign

HARLEQUINS FOUNDATION AND MEN’S HEALTH WEEK

10TH JUNE 2019 (10:30)

Harlequins Foundation promoting The Men’s Health Week, 10-16 June 2019. In the UK, Men have worse health than women, are more likely to die prematurely and visit their GP half as often.

HARLEQUINS FOUNDATION SPEAK PROJECT RUGBY ON LONDON LIVE

5TH JUNE 2019 (12:00)

London Live invited The Harlequins Foundation onto their show ahead of the Gallagher Premiership Final to discuss their work in growing the game in unrepresented social and ethnic communities.

OTHER RECENT NEWS

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RIVAL RIDE 2019 SUCCESS

30TH MAY 2019 (10:00)

Harlequins supporters and staff complete 200KM trip to Coventry as the second year of Rival Ride raises key funds for Harlequins Foundation.

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The Harlequins Foundation was delighted to welcome over 100 people, including the Mayor of Richmond, to the Imagination Café at The Stoop on the 21st May 2019.

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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On Sunday 28th April, former Harlequins Academy player, Will Brinkley completed the London Marathon in 3 hours and 27 minutes. Meanwhile Charlie Pope made it round in 3 hours and 24 minutes.

NEWS ARCHIVE

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On Sunday, 28th April, former Harlequins Academy player, Will Brinkley, will be running the London Marathon in aid of Seb’s Foundation while Charlie is running to raise money for the Harlequins Foundation.

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Mighty Draw raises £32,000 for good causes.

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Teams from Croydon, Hounslow, Kingston and Richmond qualify for the next stage of the competition thanks to Harlequins Foundation Coaches.

CHECK UPS

The Harlequins Foundation is committed to supporting Harlequins colleagues, supporters and wider community to tackle health issues, through raising awareness and encouraging behaviour change.

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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.

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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.

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RIVAL RIDE 2019

26TH MARCH 2019 (18:00)

Join Charlie Mulchrone and Holly Myers as the Harlequins Foundation event returns for year two on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May.

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On Friday the 8th of March, the Harlequins Foundation, in partnership with Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust (OHCAT) launched a new Digital School.

PROJECT RUGBY

Premiership Rugby announce Project Rugby partnership with title sponsors Gallagher at Harlequins Foundation Hounslow Hub, Grasshoppers RFC.

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 17: Activity during the Harlequins Annual Awards at Twickenham Stoop on April 17, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images for Harlequins)

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…

GUILDFORD, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 05: Harlequins Forwards weights session at Surrey Sports Park on December 5, 2018 in Guildford, England. (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images for Harlequins)

CHANGING THE GAME AT HARLEQUINS

1ST MARCH 2019 (16:00)

Club campaign to get the community fitter steps up as we enter March.

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LESOTHO – A COUNTRY IN THE SKY

19TH FEBRUARY 2019 (11:15)

Head of the Harlequins Foundation Marc Leckie on his recent working trip to Lesotho.

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THE RIVAL RIDE IS BACK FOR 2019!

9TH FEBRUARY 2019 (10:00)

After the successful and well-received inaugural trip to Gloucester in 2018 the Rival Ride is back on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May.

The Hairy Handlebars are back for challenge number three. Next up it’s a rugby edition of Hungry Hippos… who will win?

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THE MIGHTY DRAW MAKES A BIG IMPACT

25TH JANUARY 2019 (18:00)

The Mighty Draw has been a rugby first. Launched back in October, The Mighty Draw’s goal has been simple; raise funds to support the work…

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…

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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.

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Fergus Crawley talks about his battle with mental health and his Guinness World Record attempt to raise money for the Harlequins Foundation and Movember.

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Harlequins players, staff and supporters join forces to Grow, Move and Host to raise funds for the Harlequins Foundation and Movember Foundation partnership.