Cardiff Blues Community Foundation are the charitable, not for profit community arm of Cardiff Blues
Covering five unitary authorities, 16 Community First cluster areas, 76 community clubs, 61 secondary schools and 320 primary schools.
Our Mission Statement
Use the power and values of sport to INSPIRE, ENGAGE and IMPROVE opportunities for all people within our community.
Deliver a vast range of innovative programmes, utilising the Cardiff Blues brand, players, values and heritage to harness social good and make an impact in communities both socially and economically.
Play an important part in improving many people’s lives irrespective of age, ability or gender throughout the region.
Be passionate about using sport to deliver change in the community, improving and increasing opportunities and empowering people from all backgrounds to make positive life choices.
Work in conjunction with commercial partners, such as Land Rover, DS Smith & Renishaw, public sector bodies and third sector agencies to create a sustainable Foundation that will be a community-focused organisation, at the heart of everyday life throughout the region, focussing on the needs of our communities, with strategic aim of using rugby to improve and support four main strands -Health, Education, Employability and Inclusion.
Community Foundation Director – Nadine Griffiths
Programmes Manager – Dan Jenkins
Education Coordinator - Dan Parry
Disability and Inclusion - Kelsey Jones
Enterprise Coordinator – Ed Bradbury
Merthyr Rugby Officer - Sam Jones
Pontypridd and Rhondda Rugby Officer – Gavin Clement
Powys Rugby Officer – Bronnie Jones