FROM RUGBY ONTARIO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAY 8, 2018
We are excited to announce a new funding partnership that has been established with Their Opportunity.
As part of this partnership, Rugby Ontario and Their Opportunity will work together to provide financial support to all rugby participants across the province that meet the funding criteria.
Rugby Ontario will also be involved in Their Opportunity’s events and campaigns in order to promote rugby as a sports and recreation option.
“Rugby Ontario has become advocates & game changers for the children in Their Opportunity’s program and throughout the province,” said Randy Gill, President and CEO of the Their Opportunity. “The new partnership program with Rugby Ontario will provide opportunity for so many more children in the region to become even more involved in the community that truly cares for them.”
“We are extremely excited about this partnership,” explained Mike Brown, Chief Executive Officer of Rugby Ontario. “We are always looking at how we can engage more children in rugby and Their Opportunity provides a great platform for that. We hope that this partnership will change the lives of families and youth around our province.”
Though registration has already began for many clubs, athletes and families can apply and receive funding to reimburse their registration fees.
For more information on how Their Opportunity can support you or your club members, please go to www.rugbyontario.com/
About Their Opportunity
Their Opportunity exists to support under serviced families with the means to enroll their children into local sports and recreation programs. They set out to eliminate the financial barriers so children can develop essential life skills such as confidence and sportsmanship, as well as develop a healthy lifestyle. Their Opportunity hosts a unique Giveback Program where children receiving funding are required to “pay it forward” within their community.
Since its inception, Their Opportunity has helped provide opportunities for over 5000 children and affected thousands more through its Giveback Program translating to 65,000 recreation hours and 17,500 hours of community service or engagement.”