Great news! BeRugby forms partnership with Yorkshire Carnegie RFC
BeRugby are happy to announce our partnership with Yorkshire Carnegie RFC community department. This is a great opportunity to use rugby and our magazine to encourage reading in young people. We have always been big supporters of helping children who are struggling with reading and this was one of the many reasons we started BeRugby.
Yorkshire Carnegie has a strong community and youth ethos so they are the perfect club for us to work with and continue to encourage playing rugby in young people. We wish them all the best in this years Championship.
Below is their press release;
Yorkshire Carnegie community department are delighted to be forming a partnership with BeRugby magazine.
The partnership will primarily support the Rugby Readers scheme but will also benefit the wider community programme. Affiliated clubs and schools will be able to subscribe to the magazine and those taking part in the Rugby Readers programme will receive copies for their school library.
There will be competitions throughout the year and news from the Yorkshire Carnegie community team will appear in the magazine.
Designed specifically for children, BeRugby aims to encourage them to read and learn with a sport that they love.
Lisa McCann, Yorkshire Carnegie Community Manager, commented, “We are excited to be working with BeRugby Magazine. It is a fantastic concept and one which we are delighted to be promote to our network. We are always looking to improve our programme and this will provide additional opportunities for our clubs and schools, particularly our reading programmes.”
Chris Fuller commented, “Everyone at BeRugby kids magazine is really looking forward to working with Lisa and Yorkshire Carnegie. They are a fantastic community club with a real passion for youth and grassroots rugby which echoes our own values. Their schools programme is excellent and shows how rugby can benefit children in all walks of life.