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The United States Rugby Foundation has reorganized as a Delaware not-for-profit corporation. Donations and contributions made to the Foundation by individuals or organizations are exempt from U.S. Federal and State Tax in accordance with the Foundation’s status as a 501(c)3 organization. Please note our new EIN is 81-5187776. Foundation assets earmarked for giving are dispersed in the form of grants to individuals and organizations that have demonstrable needs or requests that meet the guidelines established by the USRF.

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Interested in Becoming a Governor?

The US Rugby Foundation is searching for new Governors to continue to build grassroots rugby in America. If you have an interest and commitment to building grassroots rugby in America, and would like to make a difference within your region, please show your interest by completing our online application.

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Expectations of Governors

Cultivate Current & New Relationships Within your Regions Rugby Community

Collaborate With the Foundation to Find Donors in your Region

Be Advocates for Youth Rugby Within your Region

Identify Grant Opportunities on Behalf of the Foundation

Attend Monthly Meetings & Volunteer on Advisory Committees

Foster Long-Lasting Relationships with Donors to Fundraise for your Region

“Being a part of the US Rugby Foundation gives one a chance to bring meaningful change and progress to the game of Rugby in the United States. Let’s give our kids the same opportunities to play rugby as in commonwealth countries, and make rugby a mainstream sport in the United States for girls and boys.”

David Bruck | US Rugby Foundation Director

Our Board of Directors

The US Rugby Foundation is governed by a group of Directors from around the country who volunteer their time, maintain familiarity and positive contact with the rugby community, provide leadership and direction to the Governors and executive staff, and much more. 

Our Board of Governors

Assisting the US Rugby Foundation Board of Directors is the Board of Governors. The Governors live in different geographical areas throughout the country and like the Directors, volunteer their time and commit to further developing and building grassroots rugby in America.

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US Rugby Foundation Regions

1. Northwest
2. Southwest
3. Northern California
4. Southern California
5. Central
6. Midwest
7. South
8. Southeast
9. Northeast
10. New England

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Northwest

Governor State
Open
Alaska
Bob Kaplan
Idaho
Open
Montana
Open
Oregon
Open
Washington
Utah

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Southwest

Governor State
Open
Arizona
Open
Hawaii
Nevada
Open
New Mexico

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Northern California

Governor State
California
California
California
California
Bob Benson
California

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Southern California

Governor State
California
California
California
California

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Central

Governor State
Colorado
Open
Iowa
Open
Kansas
Missouri
Open
Nebraska
Open
South Dakota
Open
Wyoming

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Midwest

Governor State
Open
Illinois
Open
Indiana
Open
Kentucky
Open
Michigan
Open
Minnesota
Open
North Dakota
Ohio
Ohio
Don Becker
Wisconsin

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South

Governor State
Open
Alabama
Open
Arkansas
Open
Oklahoma
Texas
Open
Louisiana

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Southeast

Governor State
Open
Georgia
Open
Maryland
Open
North Carolina
South Carolina
Open
Tennessee
Open
Florida
Open
Mississippi
Open
Alabama

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Northeast

Governor State
Open
Delaware
Open
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Open
Virginia
Open
West Virginia
Open
Washington DC
Virginia

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New England

Governor State
Open
Connecticut
Open
Maine
Open
Massachusetts
Open
New Hampshire
Open
Rhode Island
Open
Vermont

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