We care, advocate for and champion the safety of all the players in the game we love.

Named after our founder All Blacks legend Kel Tremain, the Tremain Legacy Society has been set up to honour the generosity of individuals and families who plan to leave gifts in their Will to the NZRF. When you notify us that we have been remembered in your Will or Family Trust, you will be invited to become a member.

This prestigious group of benefactors includes a growing number of like-minded friends and supporters of the NZRF.

Members are kept informed of news and activities and are invited to an exciting calendar of events throughout the year. Being a valued part of the programme means we can thank you in your lifetime and share our mutual passion for the safety of rugby. We will, of course, respect your wishes should you prefer to remain anonymous.

If you decide you would like to leave a gift to NZRF, you may first want to discuss your wishes with your immediate family and/or those close to you. We strongly recommend you seek independent legal advice when writing or altering your Will, codicil or Family Trust/Inheritance Trust beneficiaries list.​​​​​​​

We would welcome the opportunity to tell you more about how to leave a gift in your will to NZRF and how it will be used. If you would like to talk to us, please contact Ben Sturmfels:

Phone: (021) 144 1148
Email:
ben@rugbyfoundation.nz

You can also pass this information on to your solicitor or financial advisor or have them contact the NZRF directly.

​​​​​​​Is my Estate enough? A gift in your Will is welcomed whatever your financial situation and is an essential factor for ensuring the NZRF’s good work continues for years to come.

Do I need to tell you I am leaving a gift? You may choose not to tell us about a gift in your Will, but if you do decide to share your plans with us, we can work with you to understand more about your wishes.

Why should write my will? We recommend that you consult your lawyer or other legal advisor to ensure that your Will is worded correctly and witnessed and signed properly. If you do not have a lawyer, contact:.

The New Zealand Law Society​​​​​​​

Phone: (04) 472 7837

Web: www.lawsociety.org.nz