Rival Ride 2019 success

30th May 2019
Harlequins supporters and staff complete 200KM trip to Coventry as the second year of Rival Ride raises key funds for Harlequins Foundation. Over Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May riders joined the Harlequins Foundation Team and Club Legends and Players in the second Harlequins Foundation Rival Ride. The 50-strong team,...

Harlequins Foundation hosts the Imagination Cafe at the Stoop

24th May 2019
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. The Imagination Café is a pop-up installation which has toured the UK during 2018, spreading the word about creative approaches to dementia care, as well as showcasing the artwork of people...

Harlequins Foundation hosts inaugural girls rugby festival at the Stoop

15th May 2019
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 To cap off a hugely successful season for the Harlequins Foundation and their work in growing participation and awareness of women’s and girl’s rugby in their...

Harlequins host second mixed ability rugby day at the Stoop

13th May 2019
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. Following the success of last year’s inaugural Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) festival, where the Club hosted local schools to play...

London Marathon finishers raise money for Seb’s Foundation and the Harlequins Foundation

2nd May 2019
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. Will and Seb Adeniran-Olule played together for the Wellington College First XV, as well as both being members...

Matchday Health Checks available at the Stoop this saturday

9th April 2019
The Harlequins Foundation is committed to supporting Harlequins colleagues, supporters and wider community to tackle health issues, through raising awareness and encouraging behaviour change. As part of the Harlequins Foundation’s ongoing commitment to health improvement they are providing free health checks, with an optional test for diabetes (HbA1c) to supporters...