We are thrilled to announce that GingerCloud’s Modified Rugby Program has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Coca Cola Australia Foundation (CCAF) to expand the MRP Colts to include 3 new teams in 2018.
This will bring the total number of MRP Colts teams to four, including our pilot team at Wests Bulldogs, for the 2018 MRP season.
The MRP Colts, the newest division of the MRP, matches young adults with learning and perceptual disabilities between 14 and 18 with university-aged PlayerMentors.
Megan Elliott Managing Director of GingerCloud Foundation and the Co-founder of the MRP said CCAF’s support will offer more opportunities for young adults to get involved in the MRP.
For the last three years, I've struggled with the same question - Why do I feel so profoundly sad when we finish our last MRP game for the season?
Whilst it's been a cracker year again, I find myself in a low that's hard to crawl out of.
Whilst I miss the buzz of the early Saturday morning st...
On a clear, chilly morning last Saturday, more than 450 of us from the Modified Rugby Program (MRP) family came together to celebrate respect, diversity and inclusion at Brothers Rugby Club in Brisbane.
Girls, boys and young adults with learning and perceptual disabilities across three divisions, f...
Thank you so much to everyone who attended our Inaugural GingerCloud Fundraising Lunch on Saturday 27 May in support of the Modified Rugby Program (MRP).
Your support helped us raise an amazing $32,000.
This was far beyond what we were hoping to achieve for our first event and we were astounded by...
Thank you to everyone in the 10 x 10 Community for your amazing support tonight.
Getting the chance to meet other inspiring charities and sharing our story with everyone involved with 10 x 10 meant so much to us.
Special thanks to Paul Farmer and Carla Thurgate for all your support and it was great to meet the evening’s Dragon Paul White.
Such an inspiring group of people!
With Manitou’s support, we’ll move more children with learning and perceptual disabilities off the sidelines and into the main game
We’re excited to announce that global leader in material handling equipment Manitou is partnering with GingerCloud Foundation (GingerCloud) for the next three years...
Last week in London we were thrilled that the MRP was recognised at 2016 World Rugby Awards.
Whilst the MRP didn't win the Rugby Character Award, it was such an honour to be invited and to hear how highly regarded the program is within World Rugby. Thank you so much to everyone at World Rugby for your support!
According to GingerCloud Foundation's Managing Director Megan Elliott, the recognition of the Modified Rugby Program (MRP) for children with learning and perceputal disbailities through the Nick Farr-Jones Spirit of Rugby Award demonstrates rugby's commitment to access, diversity and inclusion.