40 rowers including former Irish rugby internationals have broken the 24 Hour Row World Record! Raising over €22,000 (and counting!) for Friends of CROSS Cancer Research and the IRFU Charitable Trust.
Tadhg took the time to have a Zoom call with the winner of the recent FRIENDS competition: Ed Kenny, his family and friends.
Congratulations to Ed Kenny for becoming a FRIEND to the IRFU Charitable Trust and winning the Zoom Call with Tadhg Furlong.
Starting on 17th Jan and ending 23rd Jan – the 20s players will run individually each day a combined total of 1000km in 7 days
Bríd and Linda completed 10km a day for 10 days and raised over €2,000 for our seriously injured players – thank you to everyone who donated!
The Annual I.R.F.U. Charitable Trust Ball was held on Friday 6th March 2020 in the Round Room at the Mansion House. The IRFU Charitable Trust is delighted to have Vodafone …
Vodafone employees and the Vodafone Ireland Foundation very generously raised much needed funds for the IRFU Charitable Trust to help support the 36 seriously injured rugby players across Ireland.
It all began in Dublin on the 28th of July in 2009 when the IRB announced Japan would host the 2015 Rugby World Cup: the seed was sown for a Charity Walk & Cycle in Japan to help raise funds for our seriously injured players …
No fifteen-year-old was ever happier to see a Cathedral than me, Charlie Quinn, as I dragged my weary body into Santiago de Compostela …
Congratulations to Jonathan Beatty – the winner of the trip to Japan …
The IRFU Charitable Trust is a Charity which helps seriously injured rugby players.
Republic of Ireland Charity No. CHY 6120.
Northern Ireland Charity No. XR 87763.
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20010331.
10-12 Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
T: +353 1 647 3866