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Join us for ChildFund Australia’s Rugby Long Lunch
on Friday 9 September, 2022.

Building upon a hugely successful partnership for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, that saw supporters and commercial partners across the globe come together and pledge more than $3.5 million towards ChildFund’s most critical aid and development programs. ChildFund Australia is delighted to share our appointment as the first ever Principal Charity Partner for the women’s edition of the Rugby World Cup, taking place in New Zealand in October. We are particularly honoured to be supporting global efforts to encourage and advocate for women’s participation in sports through this partnership, alongside promoting sport as a means of empowerment, community, and development.

This event is a unique opportunity to come together with members of Australia’s Rugby network and other like-minded supporters within the ChildFund Australia community. We will be joined by special guests and South African cycling enthusiasts Ron and Adam who will be arriving in Sydney as a part of their Race to Rugby World Cup tour, a 16,500km ride from Tokyo to Auckland to raise funds for ChildFund Rugby. Having already raised an incredible $10,982.00 we are excited to host them as they discuss their journey from Tokyo thus far and the reason behind partaking in a gruelling but inspiring bike ride. Find out more about Ron and Adam and keep up with their journey.

ChildFund Australia’s Rugby Long Lunch

Date: Friday 9 September 2022

Time: Midday

Venue: Ivy Ballroom, 330 George Street, Sydney


Funds raised from this event and the RWC partnership will be aiding ChildFund Rugby Oceania to:

  • Support more women and girls from vulnerable communities.
  • Create strong, collaborative women’s rugby networks in different countries, building effective pathways for women’s involvement at all levels of the game.
  • Improve safeguarding practices in sports communities.