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About Us

Philanthropic Mission Statement

Our philanthropic mission is to support, promote, develop and grow the sport of rugby at all levels in the United States.



USA Rugby Trust 2016 Form 990

Official Philanthropic Partner

USA Rugby is proud to be the official philanthropic partner of the Rugby Business Network, the world’s biggest and most influential network for senior business people with a passion for rugby.

Our Corporate Partners

Special thanks to our corporate partners who have assisted us with events across the globe to grow and develop rugby domestically.



Chris Reed
Chris Reed
Chief Development Officer

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Chris has been a fundraiser in higher education for more than 13 years and was the head rugby coach for both men’s and women’s programs at the same college for 15 years. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Johnson State College in Vermont. Chris also served as a rugby administrator at the local and regional levels in New England for nearly 20 years and helped to establish the state based youth rugby organization in New Hampshire. He is a current rugby referee and old boy player, and organizes a free summer touch rugby league annually. When not on or near the rugby pitch, Chris and his family enjoy camping, hiking, fly fishing and spending as much time enjoying the outdoors together as possible.

Chris can be reached at creed@usarugby.org or 720-508-8003.