Inspired by phrases of rugby culture, here are the levels of involvement you can join.
(n). a player of the sport of rugby
(n.) a dedicated supporter and fan of the sport of rugby and its players
(n.) a highly motivated leader, skilled at guiding and motivating people
(n.) an umbrella of organized rugby teams and conferences.
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Scroll down for descriptions of different positions.
A Rugger is anyone willing to travel to an area in need and get in the “game”.
There are a wide array of things you can do to be a part of the team, just like on the rugby pitch. Some examples of the things ruggers will typically handle: demo houses, clear debris, cook for other volunteers, host volunteers, seek out people in need, organize volunteer efforts, etc.
Just as important as the ruggers on the pitch, is the community that supports them!
A Hugger is for all of those who may not be able to provide physical aid for a particular effort, but would still support the cause. This can take the form of monetary and physical donations or organizational support, including communications, volunteer coordination, public outreach, graphic design, web support, or anything you think will help our team be successful in the field.
Every team needs a leader!
If you wish to be the main point of contact for efforts in your area, this is your role. Responsibilities include collecting updates and coordinating volunteers in an area to maximize efficiency and minimize response time.
A union functions thanks to the gathering of group energy and efforts.
This level is for clubs that are able to sign up at least 15 members as volunteers including a designated point of contact. Clubs who sign up will have their crest and club name listed on our website by their region.