MY Name’5 Doddie Foundation has announced a fundraising match against the Looseheadz Foundation which will take place on November 24 at Shaftsbury Park in Bristol.

The Looseheadz Foundation was set up with the aim to place a mental health lead into every rugby club around the world, and equip them with a toolkit of resources to help #TackleTheStigma.

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They believe that by building a community, united around a shared mission, they can begin to turn the tide against poor mental health.



They do this by creating rugby clothing designed to get people talking.

Currently the Foundation is funded through the sales of the clothing, donations and fundraisers.

Speaking from France My Name’5 Doddie Foundation CEO Jill Douglas said: “All the incredible rugby we’re enjoying here in France has no doubt made you hungry for even more.

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“And everyone at My Name’5 Doddie Foundation is thrilled to be teaming up with our friends at Looseheadz for a charity match on the 24th November at Shaftsbury Park in Bristol.

“There is a natural synergy between the two charities and the event will be raising funds for both organisations.

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“I hope you can come along. We’ve got some exciting names pulling on their boots.

“More information will be announced soon. Book your tickets now to avoid missing out.”