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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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 US Rugby Hall of Fame Inductee: Jamie Burke

Jamie Burke was a prop of exceptional ability and is one of the most accomplished women ever to grace the rugby pitch for the United States. As a four-year (2000-2003) All-American and the 2003 Woodley Award winner for the University of Virginia, she made her presence known early on. Burke became the first and only woman to earn 50 caps for the USA and is the most capped 15s player in Women Eagle history, having earned 51 caps over a decade’s worth of play on the Women’s National Team, including three World Cup appearances (2006, 2010, 2014). She received numerous accolades during her career, including being named to the 2010 IRB World Cup Dream Team, to Rugby Magazine’s Team of the Year and Team of the Decade in 2010, and to Rugby World’s All-Time Greatest XV in 2020. After retiring as a player, Burke transitioned to coaching. She currently serves as an assistant coach for the U.S. Women’s National Team, as well as director of the Glendale Youth Rugby programs.

Join us for the U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame Virtual Induction Ceremony presented by Penn Mutual on Saturday, November 14, 2020, at 8 pm EST. Click on this link to GET YOUR FREE TICKET and bid on SILENT AUCTION items like a custom jersey signed by all the RWC Winning Captains and a Rad Power Bike. https://usrf.givesmart.com/halloffame

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