New Zealand Rugby seeking new international partner charity
allblacks.com 05 Nov 2013
The International Partner Charity status supplements NZR’s current relationship with its official charity Cure Kids and is focused on territories outside New Zealand.
NZR General Manager Public Affairs, Nick Brown said with the All Blacks Sevens, Women’s Sevens and other national teams spending an increasing amount of time away from New Zealand, there was real benefit in supporting the efforts of a single charity who operated in the many regions where the teams play.
"We have a fantastic relationship with our official charity Cure Kids in New Zealand, however our teams receive many requests to support other charities while offshore. By backing a single charity outside of New Zealand, we'll be in a better position to make sure our support is focused and meaningful."
For more information on New Zealand Rugby’s programme Beyond 80 Minutes, click here.
All proposals are due in to New Zealand Rugby by 3pm Friday, 29 November 2013.
To see more information regarding submission, click here.
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