USRF Announces Latest Ball Grant Recipients

San Diego, CA (August 9, 2011) – The United States Rugby Foundation has helped introduce the sport to thousands of children by providing size 4 and 5 rugby balls to youth and high school clubs and programs throughout the country. The Foundation is pleased to announce the latest recipients of USRF Ball Grants.

Audenried High School, Philadelphia, PA
Berks County, Reading, PA
Blue Mountain Boys Rugby, Moscow, ID
Cypress Rugby Club, Cypress TX
Dayton Area Girls High School Rugby Club, Dayton, OH
Fallbrook High School Boy’s Rugby Club, Fallbrook, CA
Hamburg Rugby Club, Lake View, NY
Kenowa Hills Rugby Club, Grand Rapids, MI
Long Island U15s, Long Island, NY
Lynchburg Elementary Physical Education Program, Lynchburg, VA
Machetanz Elementary, Wasilia, AK
Malvern Prep Rugby, Gladwyne, PA
Marquette Mustangs RFC, Ellisville, MO
Montrose Recreation Program, Montrose, CO
Montrose RFC, Montrose, CO
Mt. Carmel High School, Evergreen Park, IL
Orchard Park Youth Rugby Club, Orchard Park, NY
Portland Area Girls Rugby Club, Portland, ME
Prosser Boys and Girls Club, Prosser, WA
Rexburg Rugby, Rexburg, ID
Rugby Club of Springfield U19s, Springfield, MA
Sparta Youth Rugby, Sparta, MI
Springfield Jr. Celts RFC, Springfield, IL
Twin City Tornadoes, Bloomington, IL
University City Rugby Club, St. Louis, MO
Valley Crusaders, Neenah, WI

With these latest Ball Grants, the USRF has now provided rugby balls to over 700 youth and high school rugby teams, schools and community programs over the past six years.

For more information about the USRF Ball Grant program, visit our website.

Grants provided by the United States Rugby Foundation would not be possible without the support from the rugby community. Continue to assist us in providing grants to deserving clubs, programs and individuals throughout the country by contributing to the USRF.  All donations to the USRF are tax deductible within IRS rules as 501 (c) 3 charitable giving.

If you’ve received a Foundation Grant we’d love to share your story. Send any comments to Brian Vizard at .