Support the inspiring work carried out by the Northampton Saints Foundation from as little as £5 a month by becoming a Friend of the Foundation.
We really need your support as 40% of the income we need to run the Foundation is generated through our fundraising.
Your contribution will help us continue to create an infrastructure of skills, people, resources and facilities that means we can continue to use the values of Northampton RFC and the power of sport to Inspire, Support and Educate young people and their communities.
CLICK HERE to become a Friend of the Foundation, select the value you wish to donate monthly (£5 minimum) and join. Please add ‘@Friend of the Foundation’ in the comments section.
After becoming a Friend of the Foundation, you will receive:
- Quarterly updates on the progress of the Saints Foundation’s projects and programmes*
- Regular information on upcoming events and how you can get involved
- Pin badge
*all rights offered are subject to change or alteration, in this case due notice will be given to all members.
We are incredibly grateful for any support you can give; it helps us to change lives and create positive futures.
For more information and to become a Friend of the Foundation, please email Gemma Shields on [email protected]undation.org
*Please note this information will come to you via email unless you inform us otherwise – this not only saves on cost, but helps us ensure we are doing our bit to help the environment too!
Case Study – Rhys
“Since arriving in England, I did not know if I was going to be able to stay here. I tried to join local colleges but none of them would take me, but I found the Foundation and they’ve been by my side ever since. Thank you for everything you’ve done for me.”Rhys, age 17
Rhys joined us at Northampton Saints Foundation aged 16, as an unaccompanied asylum seeker who did not have a right to remain.
He worked hard with us to achieve his remain status, and completed all training certificates alongside BTEC L1 in Sport and L1 Maths and English. This student is now working full-time, and hopes for a career in the army.