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£280
raised of £1,000 target by 19 supporters

    Weʼve raised £280 to Tackle Limiting Assumptions of equality, diversity and social integration through the participation in unified rugby.

    Glasgow, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 13th April 2016

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    The Clan was formed by Trust Rugby International (TRI), an organisation which was set up to bring young people together regardless of their background, nationality, experience or gender.

    TRI not only helps people with varying levels of disabilities it also helps able bodied people to develop their skills in all areas. I have benefited vastly from my short time with TRI. I have gained so many new skills since becoming involved with The Clan. My knowledge of rugby has improved, not only through watching but also through playing, you cannot expect to turn up to a Clan training session and not get involved. More importantly though, new friends have been made and I am lucky enough to be a part of something bigger.

    Not only is the inclusion on the pitch vital in the development of these young adults, but also the inclusion off the pitch in the social aspect of rugby is also invaluable to these lads. Everyone that plays for The Clan deserves recognition – not only the boys who have overcome their disability to play but also the enablers who play alongside these boys, they also deserve a pat on the back. There is something incredible about giving someone who is less fortunate something to smile about. The smiles you see when the lads score a try, take a kick, a line out or a scrum fills you with pride.

    Here is a few video clips of what we do and also a link to our website-

    Trust Rugby International Website - www.trustrugby.org
    The Clan's Promo- http://youtu.be/odcVdJFvqMk

    The Clan has grown in size since its initial start up in Ayrshire. We now have an Edinburgh Clan, a Shropshire Clan and El Clan out in Cullera, Spain.

    As a team we are looking to raise funds to be able to go out and visit our Spanish family in June 2016. We are looking to do many sponsorship and fundraising events between now and then. We wondered if you could be part of something bigger too. Please donate anything that you can.
    Many thanks Ailie

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      Supporters

      19

      • Lorna

        Lorna

        Apr 3, 2016

        Good luck!

        £10.00

      • Maria

        Maria

        Apr 1, 2016

        Good cause

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Mar 28, 2016

        £10.00

      • Murray & Shona

        Murray & Shona

        Mar 26, 2016

        Ailie, Good luck with achieving your target!

        £25.00

      • Joshua's Auntie and Uncle

        Joshua's Auntie and Uncle

        Mar 26, 2016

        £50.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Mar 26, 2016

        £20.00

      • Lee Henderson

        Lee Henderson

        Mar 25, 2016

        £5.00

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      Ailie Hill

      Ailie Hill

      Glasgow, United Kingdom

      Hi, I'm Ailie and I'm currently in my 3rd year at university studying Physiotherapy. I became involved with The Clan last summer and now help out at training and games as their main first aider. I'm very passionate about The Clan and what they stand for, I think you will be too.

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