"Having grown up in Hong Kong it is great to see the fantastic work the Foundation is doing; giving so many vulnerable, underprivileged, handicapped and at-risk youngsters the opportunity to change their lives for the better, through sport."
Graeme Morrison Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation Ambassador

A timeline of the HKRUCF

From our initial launch programmes in 2011, through gaining official charity status in 2013, and growing to the superpower it is in the present day, there have been a number of key highlights in the HKRUCF journey so far...

Jim Hamilton
Scottish RFU and Saracens rugby player

Graeme Morrison
Scottish RFU and Glasgow Warriors rugby player

John Barclay
Scotland International Captain

Meet the ambassadors

Jim Hamilton: “I have always been proud of my Hong Kong heritage, so I was delighted to be asked to be a Foundation Ambassador. Without the positive influence of sport my life might have taken a very different course, and I know the impact the Foundation’s work is having on at risk, marginalised and disadvantaged members of the community. I would encourage anyone who wants to help youngsters realise their potential, whether rugby fans or not, to ‘Buy a Brick’ and support this great cause - sport truly can change lives.”

Graeme Morrison: "Having grown up in Hong Kong it is great to see the fantastic work the Foundation is doing; giving so many vulnerable, underprivileged, handicapped and at-risk youngsters the opportunity to change their lives for the better, through sport."



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