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Crusaders Foundation Making A Difference

North Wales Crusaders Foundation, the club's community charity has posted its quarter one impact report, detailing the impressive steps made across North Wales from September through to November of this year.

Working across the North Wales region, the foundation has engaged with over 3,700 participants, delivering 124 sessions in the last three months.

Focus over September through to November has been in the delivery of four key areas; schools, rugby memories, SEN and healthy schools assemblies.

Working with schools in Conwy and Denbighshire, the foundation has delivered a six-week tag rugby league programme across ten schools as well as running a tournament which was attended by 50 children.

The Rugby Memories project has also been gratefully received within local communities. 

Launched in September, the foundation has delivered interactive sessions such as chair-based exercises, walking rugby and rugby memorabilia, already seeing a positive impact on people living with dementia.

Going back into schools, healthy assemblies have proved a great success with over 3,400 pupils taking part. 

The foundation has also received brilliant feedback for its Special Educational Needs programme which launched in September. 

This programme has seen our community development officer deliver a range of fun and exciting, non-contact rugby sessions at four schools across the region. 

If you would like more information about the foundation or wish to partner with us, please email

Supporting The Foundation

You can support the North Wales Crusaders Foundation in many ways.

This could be simply volunteering, financial support, helping us grow and expand community projects or supporting the development of our staff.

An easy way to support our Foundation is to become one of our Business Champions.

As a Champion you will receive many benefits including, supporting your local community, raising your company’s profile and being part of our family.


NWCF Quarterly Report Nov 2023 (2)
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