GRR: US Rugby Foundation
The United States Rugby Foundation has announced its latest co-branded tent recipients.
The idea behind the tent program is to give teams a home on the road. Having a tent with the team's name emblazoned on the side provides teams with an identifiable place to store their kit and meet up.
The USRF identifies programs that are growing the game and growing their numbers.
There are still several weeks left for boys high school rugby players to apply for a scholarship to attend Nelson College in New Zealand to study and play top-level rugby.
In 2023 Oliver Kirk and Max Doerfler attended Nelson—their applications were so good that donors helped the US Rugby Foundation support two scholarships.
The US Rugby Foundation is now accepting nominations for the US Rugby Hall of Fame Class of 2024.
Nominations for the Class of 2024 must be received by January 31, 2024. Note, for anyone who already submitted a nomination for someone in previous years, you do not need to re-submit a nomination.
There is still time to apply for the US Rugby Foundation-donated Match-Day Tents.
Teams all over the United States use these tents as a home base for their teams at away games and tournaments. The tents are co-branded, with the team and US Rugby Foundation logos
High school rugby players who want to study and play rugby as an elite school in New Zealand still have a few weeks to apply for a scholarship.
Following after the hugely successful US Rugby Foundation Scholarship program to Nelson College, the program is being repeated for 2-24.