Kia Mārō Mā Matui

mārō mā matui is a celebratory walk linking the key places where Matt is respected and loved, bringing together the communities of which he remains an influential part. Our latest adventure sees our intrepid hikers travel from Reading to Bristol ahead of out game against Rugby For Heroes! You can further support us by getting your tickets for the game here: Read more

The Richmond Heavies Foundation Defibrillator Fund

The Richmond Heavies Foundation Defibrillator Fund aims to provide defibrillators to rugby clubs and communities who cannot afford this lifesaving device.

Richmond rugby club has personal experience of how valuable defibrillators can be.

The Foundation is focused on heart screening and cardio health awareness, so this is a natural extension of that objective.

Awareness of heart conditions in both the young and the old, and their susceptibility to cardiac arrest, is a Read more

Richmond Heavies Foundation Presents ‘A Series of Extraordinary Events’

The Richmond Heavies Foundation are organising A Series Of Extraordinary Events around the world, which include extraordinary superhuman challenges as well as achievable social activities, allowing all to get involved. All monies raised will go to the Richmond Heavies Foundation, which was founded after Richmond Rugby lost 3 very special friends, far too early. Read more

Rupert and Ben Swim around Manhattan

The ‘swimming prop’ Rupert Allhusen and his former Richmond team mate Ben Leigh are taking on the famous 20 Bridges Swim, a 28.5 mile swim around Manhattan island in New York to raise money for their respective charities. Read more