These Companies have all given days to remember. Scroll over the logos to find a little more about them and their kind donations.

 

University of West England

University of West England

 ‘UWE are delighted to support the Bristol community and be associated with the Rugby League World Cup – Day Remember Scheme and the memories it will hold for the young people involved.– Kim Chang – Senior Business Development Manager, UWE Bristol

Link 4 Life

The tickets donated from Link4Life will be given to young disabled people from the Rochdale borough who take part in the Sunsport holiday activity programme.  They will be able to watch an international Rugby League match that they may not have been able to attend should it not have been for this kind donation.

 


P&O Ferries

P&O Ferries are proud to be a part of RLWC2013's Day to Remember Scheme.

Rugby League is a people’s game and with  the arrival of Rugby League World Cup 2013, it’s important that as broad a cross section of people  as possible have the opportunity to get involved in this very special sporting occasion.  That’s why P&O Ferries is pleased support the Day to Remember Scheme with a donation  which we hope will help schools to maximise their involvement.  We’re already an enthusiastic supporter of Hull  FC’s  Community Foundation which does sterling work in the community, and Day to Remember is a superb extension of that community spirit at such an exciting time for the city.

Napoleon's Casino & Restaurant

Napoleons Casino & Restaurant in Leeds are proud to be taking part in Rugby League World Cup 2013 ‘Day to Remember’ scheme. We are delighted to be donating our ticket allocation to ‘Candlelighters’, a charity formed and run by parents of children who have or have had cancer, ex-patients and the medical staff who treat them. The tickets will ensure local children with cancer and their families can enjoy a fun day out together that we hope will be one they really remember. 

Cargill

“Cargill Manchester is pleased to support the Day to Remember Scheme as it is a once in a life time opportunity for members of our local community to be involved in such a prestigious occasion.” 

Paul Kingston
General Manager

Safeguard Group

Safeguard Group are absolutely delighted to be a part of the 'Day to Remember' scheme. We're passionate about engaging young people in positive activities and it doesn't come much better than the Rugby League World Cup 2013. Our Education and Community Lead Ben Ingham is a former amateur player and currently coaches at St Annes Rugby League Club in Oldham and we are also one of their shirt sponsors. We believe that the scheme benefits lots of people who otherwise would not have the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic sport like this and we look forward to sharing the terraces with some new fans at the Ireland versus Fiji game on 28 October. St Annes RLFC, Redwood School Rochdale, the Amaana Foundation, Mahdlo Youth Zone of Oldham and Dr Kershaw's Hospice will all get to enjoy the game with us. "

Ben Ingham Education and Community Lead Safeguard Group 0161 626 2202

 

City West Housing Trust

Paul Carhart, Director of Corporate Services at City West Housing Trust, said: “City West is delighted to support the “Day to Remember”. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for local children in our communities to be part of the excitement of Rugby League World Cup 2013 and to inspire future generations.”

 

CDI Solutions Ltd

Company Director of CDI Solutions Ltd, Geoff Mann is a local Leeds man with strong involvement in the Leeds Rhinos. Geoff has donated money to be part of Day to Remember. Working closely with the Leeds Foundation at the Rhinos, he's able to ensure that underprivileged families in deprived areas can enjoy an international game giving them a day to remember.

543 Dental Centre

543 has purchased 180 tickets for Rugby League World Cup 2013’s England V Fiji game, as a thank you to the children, teachers and support staff of Francis Askew Primary in North Road,

Francis Askew was a "pilot" school for the Brush Bus tooth brushing Programme and 543’s involvement. The programme, was founded in Hull in 2006 to improve the oral health of children. It now supports 21,000 children across the city and in the East Riding.

The stakeholders in the programme are the schools, without them the tooth brushing scheme would not be possible.

As health professionals, we believe that prevention is better than cure and we also know that Hull, in particular has a real problem with unacceptably high levels of tooth decay in its young people. For many children the brushing of teeth at school is the only dental care they receive which confirms the desperate need for such a programme.

Without the schools we would not have the wonderful results it is achieving for thousands of school children across the city and beyond.

“Let’s hope England win!”

Costain

Costain is delighted to support the Day to Remember and to give members of the local community the opportunity to watch a Rugby League World Cup 2013 match and be part of this unique experience.

 

English Cities Fund

English Cities Fund is working in very close partnership with Salford City Council and the local community to develop the Salford Central scheme, which will regenerate over 50 acres of the historic centre of the City of Salford.  ECF’s involvement with the ‘Day to remember’ initiative demonstrates our commitment to invest in the local community and we hope that the local schools and community groups that benefit from the tickets thoroughly enjoy Rugby League World Cup 2013 and the world class experience.

 

Britain’s Energy Coast

Britain’s Energy Coast is delighted to be supporting the Day to Remember scheme to enable the wider community to participate in the games.  This follows a £350,000 contribution, made in partnership with Nuclear Management Partners, to upgrade Derwent Park Stadium, Workington, to meet the standards required to be a host venue for Rugby League World Cup 2013.

 

Karro Food Group

Karro Food Group at Hull have pledged £500 towards the Day to remember scheme. 

The two charities we wish to support are Sunshine House and Edinburgh Street Community Centre.

Sunshine House is an 9 bedded facility offering short break care to children aged from birth to 18 years. Children attend Sunshine House from Hull, the East riding and the Southbank. The children who attend have either life limiting or life threatening conditions, the unit also run youth groups from children with muscular dystrophy. They are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Edinburgh Street Community Centre lies in the heart of the Hessle Road community and caters for all ages. The Centre delivers workshops and activities for all to enjoy. Activities range from IT classes, arts and crafts, exercise classes, tea dances and many more. Many of our employees use and enjoy the facility.

The money donated will help local children/adults be a part of RLW2013, for many of the people involved they will not have ever been given the opportunity or had the means to take part in such a prestigious event. As a company we relish in being a part of this and making this an enjoyable occasion for all involved.

Nuclear Management Partners

Britain’s Energy Coast is delighted to be supporting the Day to Remember scheme to enable the wider community to participate in the games.  This follows a £350,000 contribution, made in partnership with Nuclear Management Partners, to upgrade Derwent Park Stadium, Workington, to meet the standards required to be a host venue for Rugby League World Cup 2013.

 

Carlisle Leisure

Carlisle Leisure are excited to be involved in the RLWC2013 and particularly through the DTR scheme. It's not very often we get events like this on our doorstep and we are happy to be supporting getting people from the local communities to the games and being part of this fantastic event and experience first hand the passion, the excitement and the highs and lows of engaging in sports activities and hopefully inspire the next generation.

Cumberland Building Society

Cumberland Building Society are delighted to sponsor the Secondary School World Cup. Seeing Workington on the world stage, hosting two of Rugby League World Cup 2013 games, is such a great occasion for the town. The Secondary School World Cup provides an opportunity for many West Cumbrian school children to take part in their own competitive inter-school rugby tournament and every competitor will then get a ticket to watch one of RLWC2013 games. Hopefully this will provide inspiration and lasting memories for all those who take part.

Urban Vision

Urban Vision are delighted to be involved in this inspirational initiative that will allow Salford school children to attend this memorable event. Engaging with the local community is fundamental to the success our organisation and we are committed to providing support to projects which benefit and enhance the lives of Salford residents. 

 

ABP

This is a fantastic scheme which will give those who perhaps ordinarily wouldn’t be able to access an event like this, the chance to watch a World-class rugby match in their home town. We have chosen to share our tickets with the teachers and pupils of Marfleet School, who we know will enjoy the game and benefit enormously from the experience.

WLCT

At WLCT we believe everyone can live a healthier and happier life by being more active and creative. As a company based in Wigan and Leigh, RLWC2013's Day to Remember provided a fantastic opportunity to encourage people to do just this and an opportunity to reward some of our volunteers for the valuable contributions they make.

JGM Agency

JGM Agency are excited to be supporting the Day to Remember Scheme and know that it will create a positive day for our community.

AAK

AAK have donated our ‘Day to Remember’ World Cup tickets to school children in Hull. We’re committed to supporting the education and development of young people across region, and ensuring that they become active members of the community. Rugby League is an integral part of Hull’s sporting heritage and culture, and it’s important that young people get the opportunity to be a part of Rugby League World Cup when it comes to the city.

RB

The tickets donated from Reckitt Benckiser will be used to allow children from local schools and groups throughout Hull. They will be able to watch an international Rugby League match when RLWC2013 comes to the city which will give them a day to remember.

GT LAW Solicitors

GT LAW Solicitors is proud to be supporting Rugby League World Cup and is delighted to welcome the Fijian team and their supporters to Rochdale. It’s a great opportunity for us to give something back to the community and make the 28th October a day to remember for pupils at Shawclough Community Primary School. 

GT LAW Solicitors is a rapidly growing law firm with offices across the UK however we  remain focused on making the law as affordable to our clients as possible, bringing our friendly, jargon-free approach to the people of Rochdale.

Recruitment Solutions North West Ltd

“As a business Recruitment Solutions North West Ltd are pleased to support what is an important event for the town of Rochdale and are happy that the tickets purchased as part of the sponsorship will go to people who wouldn’t usually be able to attend an event like this”

The Leader

The Leader newspaper is delighted to support Time Banking, which reinforces the work being undertaken by Wales Rugby League in developing the game at grassroots, and by generating active citizenship through the medium of Rugby League across Wales. We're very pleased to be able to give the volunteers a reward for their fantastic efforts, particularly as the sport has really gained a foothold in this part of the UK now.

Wwish Adoption Service

This October marks the launch of the Rugby League World Cup. WWiSH adoption have teamed up with Rugby League World Cup 2013 to provide adoptive families with A DAY TO REMEMBER. WWiSH adoption and RLWC are working closely to create an unforgettable experience for the families involved.

arco

The day to remember scheme is a great opportunity to bring local residents and businesses together. We are delighted to support the organisation which allows Arco to give something back and make a real difference to its local community. By taking part in this scheme, we are providing a unique and exciting opportunity to those who would not normally be able to attend this world famous and exhilarating sporting event. In this challenging social and commercial climate, it is crucial for businesses to support schemes such as this in order to help strengthen the sense of community spirit. 

Napoleons Casinos Hull

Napoleons Casinos Hull has donated tickets to RLWC2013 games so that the local people of Hull can watch a global sport when it is played on their doorstep. 

Broady

Broady Flow Control Limited is delighted to be involved with the Rugby League World Cup Consortium and the Day to Remember scheme.  It is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the city and the Day to Remember scheme will ensure the local community gets fully involved.

Dawnus

The tickets donated from Dawnus will be used to allow children from local schools and groups throughout the south west. They will be able to watch an international Rugby League match when RLWC2013 comes to the areas which will give them a day to remember.

Reactiv Media

Day To Remember

Thanks to our Day to Remember Scheme, thousands of underprivileged children, adults, schools and clubs will be able to #bethere for RLWC2013.

Operating in England, Scotland, Wales, France and Ireland, local businesses have been able to give a 'day to remember' to their community through RLWC2013. Thanks to these kind donations, these worth groups are able to be part of something extraordinary and enjoy the world-class sport on show.

How does it work?

Local businesses have donated money to RLWC2013 which has been converted into tickets for their local game or a game of their choice. These are then distributed to the businesses preferred cause, charity or group. This has varied from charities that the business involved currently work with, schools in that specific area as well as other great groups and organisations.

How much do you need to donate?

Support has mostly started with £500 and businesses can donate as much as they would like. £500 equates into 50 tickets so it has mostly depended on the group or cause that a business wants to involve.

Do you need to recommend a charity or group?

Through this scheme, we have found that some businesses just want to be a part of this and don’t necessarily have a particular community in mind to reward with a day to remember. As such, distribution of tickets is led by the host consortia looking after that game and these have been pointed towards groups who would not normally be able to attend the game. These involve nominated charities, local schools, community organisations and families from deprived areas.

What are the benefits for business involved?

    This forms part of a company's Corporate Social Responsibility and is truly a great cause and a little bit different to perhaps what most companies are used to. Companies that donate £500-3,000 can also able to benefit from:

  • Company logo in the match day programme.
  • Logo and link on the official RLWC2013 website.
  • Exclusive corporate gift to be presented on the pitch at the game with photo opportunity.
  • Up to five staff can attend the game to support the Day to Remember scheme.

    Companies that donate more than 3,000 can also able to benefit from:

  • Company logo in the match day programme.
  • Logo and link on the official RLWC2013 website.
  • Exclusive corporate gift and signed RLWC2013 rugby ball to be presented on the pitch at the game with photo opportunity.
  • Up to ten staff can attend the game to support the Day to Remember scheme.