The NSW Waratahs Tahs Together community program sees players and coaches reaching out to support NSW Rugby through junior clubs, schools, rural areas and our official charity partners.
As a not-for-profit organisation, the NSW Waratahs have a longstanding tradition of supporting the work of charities from across the community, providing support and fundraising opportunities wherever possible. Our 2014 Charity Partners have been selected for their contribution to the lives of local and state-wide NSW communities, with a specific focus on health and wellbeing and on young people. Waratahs Rugby’s charitable work will be focused on making a difference for these partners. Read more about the NSW Waratahs Charity Partners.
In exceptional cases, the Waratahs Rugby charity panel will work with NSW Rugby Union to accommodate a limited number of requests from within the rugby community. Please visit our charity requests page for more information.
Through a structured and comprehensive community plan, the NSW Waratahs will participate in and support activities and events across NSW, focusing on fan engagement and the development of the grassroots game of rugby. In addition, each year Waratahs Rugby contributes well over $1,000,000 to support the development of the community game through grants and payments to New South Wales Rugby Union.
In 2013, the NSW Waratahs spent over 1,200 hours taking part in community visits, with 1,300 committed so far in 2014. The personal commitment of our NSW Waratahs players to supporting those less fortunate also sees many of the players support other charities and their own individual causes.
All the details of our upcoming player appearances and activities, as well as reports and photos from past events, are posted on our Facebook events page.
Visit our Facebook events page for 2014
Player Requests and Charity Appearances
Full list 0f 2013 Tahs Together events