Bristol Rugby Community Foundation pro-actively seeks to work in partnership with responsible corporate and community agencies. BRCF deliver a wide variety of community interventions from large scale physical education and participation programmes through to bespoke education interventions for over 15,000 young people in Bristol aged from 5-16 years old.
Whether it is association with, or giving to, a multi-award winning charity; whether it is brand awareness. educational engagement, attitudinal and behavioural change, guaranteed quality or reliable delivery, Bristol Rugby Community Foundation has something for you and your agency.
Get in contact with Ben Breeze (BRCF CEO) at email@example.com to discuss how your organisation can develop a partnership that suits you.
BRCF are proud to have been in partnership with The SITEC Group since September 2010 after they showed a strong interest in our new charity and the Bright Sparks programme in particular. SITEC is a global independently owned engineering service company, providing engineering and recruitment solutions to clients across a range of sectors around the world.
Since it's formation in 1975, DAS has established itself as a market leader within the legal expenses insurance market and have provided access to justice for millions of people. BRCF are proud to stat a new partnership with DAS in the 2012/13 season who have sponsored our ever-popular Super Sunday programme which provides club development, matchday experience and coach education for 1000s of young players and coaches throughout the Bristol Rugby Community.
I am tremendously proud and grateful to confirm Great Western Round Table as a sposnor for the 2012/13 season. GWRT are our longest serving sponsor and have enabled some of our biggest successes to date. GWRT part funded the purchase of our Community Van that is out and about in the Community virtually everday of the year. GWRT helped us launch our TAG rugby programme that now delivers to around 15,000 primary school young people each year. This year, GWRT have joined RFU and BRCF to launch our new Eagle Project which encourages regular sport participation for Girls in Year 7. GWRT stage THE BEST Fireworks display in Bristol on the King George V playing fields in Downend, which raises funds for a variety of charitable causes in Bristol.
Bristol City Council have been a valuable funding and policy advisor over the past 6 years. Their expertise, knowledge and channels of communication across a various departments have been integral to the design of programming and development of the Foundation as a whole.
Safer Bristol have supported our multi-award winning social inclusion programming for a the past 4 years, providing invaluable policy and programme advice, match funding and contacts for the ongoing development of our work and the Foundation as a whole.
SERCO have been an essential funding partner for our Inferno Programme staged at Ashfield HMP/YOI. Their expert knowledge of prison life and direct funding for delivery have been essential in the ongoing development of our programming.
JACK HAZELDINE FOUNDATION
The Jack Hazeldine Foundation was set up by his grandson Ben Hazeldine (who manages our Future Stars TAG Rugby programme) in memory of his grandfather who was season ticket holder with Ben at Bristol Rugby for over 14 years. The Foundation which is run by Ben and his father Kim (who also works with Bristol Rugby Community Foundation) is funding a 1on1 mentoring programme throughout the Bristol Rugby catchment.
RugbyTel was formed and grew from a desire to help bring financial stability to rugby clubs of all levels, for the benefit of present and future generations. We do this by working with clubs and their business partners to create additional, ongoing revenue streams for clubs, at zero cost to the club or business. 50% of all profit by RugbyTel is returned directly to participating clubs on a ongoing basis.