How will you help us on #GivingTuesday?

It’s #GivingTuesday and the start of the Big Give #ChristmasChallenge!  Donate today to have your donations doubled by Big Give - meaning you will have twice the impact for children in Eswatini! Read more

Girly's Story

SKRUM is helping Girly see a way towards a brighter future, despite the daily challenges Girly faces in a deep-rooted patriarchal culture, where gender inequality and violence are sadly far too common. With your help, SKRUM are able to educate girls in Eswatini on female rights, and health and hygiene, empowering them to take control of their futures. Read more

Join us in the Big Give Christmas Challenge!

Atlas is participating in the Big Give Christmas Challenge - where your donations have double the impact! Join us during the Big Give to help our partners in Eswatini, SKRUM, help young girls and boys overcome the challenges of HIV/AIDS and a repressive patriarchal culture that stops children believing they can have a better future. Read more

Gina's Story

Gina's life changed forever when she came to the Gauteng Women's Rugby Institute. Through rugby and academics, Gina is able to grow and, for the first time, she can see a way for a better future. Read more to see how the GWRI is giving Gina a chance to thrive. Read more

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Tiziano's story

Extreme poverty, unemployment, and problems with addiction in the community make life difficult for Tiziano. With the help of Virreyes Rugby Club, and the support of his community, things are beginning to look up for Tiziano, and he now is able to see a way towards for a better future. Read more

Felix's Story

Meet Felix, who faces harsh prejudice and discrimination due to his albinism. Felix struggles to cope with these challenges, but with the help of Bhubesi Pride Foundation's Reconnect program, things are changing for Felix. He no longer faces discrimination from the other kids, and he has made great friends from the program. Felix is much happier and more confident thanks to BPF and is becoming a great rugby player! Read more

Study Cat kicks off at Khelo!

Atlas is working with Study Cat to provide children at Khelo rugby with essential technology to improve their education. This programme is a game changer and is making education accessible for these children. With your continued support we can continue to provide more children with life changing opportunities like this! Read more

Women’s Barbarians join The Atlas Foundation to inspire the next generation

The Women’s Barbarians joined The Atlas Foundation at Ocean View High School for a coaching day ahead of their South African test. The Baabaas and kids shared skills, stories and an unexpected lesson in hurling from their Irish contingent. The girls at Ocean View and Masiphumelele were inspired by the Baabaas and were exhilarated to spend some time with female rugby role models. Read more

James' Story

When James joined Star* he was struggling in school, and was in Alternative Provision. The support James has from Star* has changed his life, helping to go back to mainstream school, and gain a 100% sports scholarship to a prestigious independent school! Read more

Richmond Heavies Foundation LONDON BRIDGES NIGHT WALK

Protecting & Supporting the Richmond Rugby Family. This is a fundraising Night Walk from Tower Bridge to Richmond Bridge, crossing every Bridge (23!) in between. A distance of 43km – a little more than a marathon. Read more

Catriona Whaites 43km Walk for Richmond Heavies Foundation

To raise funds for the Richmond Heavies Foundation to continue to fund Heart Screening, and Mental Health Provisions for players and Members, and the Defibrillator Fund which supplies defibs to any community rugby club that doesn’t already have one (so far c60 distributed). See RHF website for more details. Read more

The Atlas DigiBus continues to help children thrive!

The Atlas DigiBus is helping an extra 1300 children per month in Langa, Cape Town with their computer lessons and this is leading to remarkable improvements in their English, Maths and coding skills!  The Atlas Digibus gives these children valuable opportunities for growth and development, providing them with the chance to thrive! Read more

Jean's Story

Jean lives in rural Lilongwe, where education, health, and food are luxuries that many children sadly don’t have access to. Regrettably, these are not the only difficulties Jean faces, as she is bullied by other kids, causing her to feel isolated and lonely. Atlas and Bhubesi Pride Foundation are helping Jean through the Reconnect program, where children learn key life skills. Jean is now happier and healthier thanks to the program! 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

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. Read more

Maxwell's Story

After Maxwell's mother died, he had an extremely difficult and unhappy childhood, experiencing unimaginable torture and child labour. Thanks to KRDA and Atlas, this is changing, and Maxwell is no longer living in these awful conditions. The coaches at KRDA are helping Maxwell at school, and he is already happier and looking forward to his future. Read more

South Africa Golf Day Success!

The recent annual golf day for Atlas South Africa was a great success and raised valuable funds for our projects across South Africa! 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