Munster Rugby Supporting Research & Rehabilitation
9th November 2011 By Munster Rugby
Munster Rugby are pleased to announce that we are going to work with three new charities for this season – Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, C.R.O.S.S. and Motor Neurone Disease Research.
Now in its second year, Munster Rugby’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme was initiated in order to formalise Munster’s involvement with charities each season.
Throughout the year Munster Rugby will work closely with each of their nominated charities, providing them with active support on specific projects, and help raise awareness and funds.
Commenting on the announcement Claire Cooke, CSR Project Manager said “We learned a great deal last season working with TLC4CF, Suicide Aware and UNICEF and are really pleased and excited to be creating a new partnership with these new charities – Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, C.R.O.S.S. and Motor Neurone Disease Research. We hope that by working with each charity on specific projects that are important to them we can make a real difference, through the involvement of our players, interaction at matches and the association of the Munster Rugby brand.”
More details about the selected charities can be found here.
More details about Munster Rugby's charity initiative can be found here.