Why England rugby star Jack Nowell cares so much about the RNLI - Ruck

Why England rugby star Jack Nowell cares so much about the RNLI

Dove Men+Care, one of Unilever’s leading male toiletries brands, is expanding its support of international rugby, partnering with the World Rugby Awards in 2018. This new relationship builds on the brands already impressive rugby portfolio, which has included partnerships with the England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales international teams.

The first ‘Spirit of Rugby’ film follows England international, Jack Nowell in his ongoing support for the Royal National Lifeboats Institution (RNLI), a charity close to his heart.

Coming from a long line of trawlermen, Jack knows first-hand the vital role the charity plays as volunteers rescued his Dad in November 2017 when his trawler broke down in the early hours of the morning. In an act of care, Jack makes a visit to Penlee Lifeboat Station to help raise awareness for the great work the RNLI do in keeping the local fishing community safe.

The ‘Spirit of Rugby’ films will be released throughout the summer to inspire the rugby community to submit an award nomination for a person, or team who have gone above and beyond with an outstanding act of care. In November, the winner will be presented with the Spirit of Rugby Award, in association with Dove Men+Care, at the coveted awards ceremony in Monaco.

Chris Barron, Unilever Vice President of Personal Care, said: “Dove Men+Care has demonstrated its commitment to rugby over many years and we’re excited to be partnering with the World Rugby Awards, a night that celebrates the very best rugby has to offer. This announcement was the perfect time to share the first in our collection of unique rugby stories, celebrating the care people connected with the game have shown on and off the pitch, all over the world.”

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