The Warrior GMR Foundation Partners With The Rugby Foundation to Support Mental Health In Our Military and Community Efforts With Youth Through Esports

Las Vegas, Nevada— December 20, 2020 — The Rugby Foundation (TRF) is proud to announce our newest strategic partnership with The Warrior GMR Foundation. The Rugby Foundation and The Warrior GMR Foundation are announcing a strategic partnership that will directly support our joint missions by helping our military and youth interact through esports and gaming and promoting mental health and well-being along
with other top values within the community.

Josh Otero, Founder and Chairman of Warrior GMR Foundation “The Warrior GMR Foundation is excited to partner with The Rugby Foundation to build an ecosystem where our youth can connect with members and former members of our military to engage in meaningful play, community building and mutual learning and understanding. Our Mission is to promote physical, psychological, and social wellness through
intergenerational, recreational gaming and amateur esports competition, benefitting America’s youth and the Defenders of our Nation.”

The CEO and Co-founder of The Rugby Foundation, Phil Klevorick stated, ” This is a very exciting and strategic partnership for The Rugby Foundation. As we build our strategies in 2021 to help with mental health, PTSD within our military and youth communities, the Warrior GMR Foundation will be a valued partner in outreach and achieving success with our participants while supporting both of our Foundations.”

For more information regarding the Warrior GMR Foundation including opportunities, programs, engagement and other information may be found on their website: https://warriorgmrfoundation.org/

The Rugby Foundation (TRF) is an U.S. IRS 501(3) compliant charity with four pillars using various platforms to increase engagement and success such as several education systems, mentorship, Esports and other positive efforts:

  1. Youth rugby programs that use the sport of rugby to support the education of rugby ethos and education programs.
  2. Women’s focused development pathways in sport.
  3. Adaptive sports programs including Paralympic Organizations and affiliates, and
  4. Supporting health and wellness of our uniformed services personnel including police, fire, EMS and military.

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