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The Rosslyn Park Injury Trust RCN284089 was set up in 1981. On 27 March 1980, the captain of Llandovery College had a very serious injury playing rugby during the National Schoolboys Sevens at Rosslyn Park. He was 19 years old. It was found that schoolboys had woefully inadequate insurance and the trust was created to support young sports men and women who have had life changing injuries. The boy from Llandovery College broke his neck and became reliant on a wheelchair for the rest of his life. The trust supported him following his accident and through his degree at university….

Rosslyn Park Injury Trust Fund how we help

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Whilst Rosslyn Park is a rugby club, the Rosslyn Park Injury Trust supports youngsters who have had severe injuries through participation in any sport. It is not a big charity and is fundamentally grant-making. Generally, the trustees prefer to make grants to supply equipment that will help to make an injured sportsman or woman more independent or make their life a little easier…

Rosslyn Park Injury Trust Fund how we help

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Almost every penny that is raised goes to the ultimate beneficiaries. A concern that many have when donating to charities is that a proportion of it will be used in administration and other expenses. In the case of the Rosslyn Park injury Trust those costs are negligible. The secretary and Trustees undertake the administration and do not claim expenses and accountancy services are given pro bono.

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