We are an amateur sevens rugby club form the Worcester area, which is a rural area in the Western Cape. Our players and members are mostly students and men from the surrounding communities, who work on the surrounding farms and factories. They struggle to make ends meet to provide in the needs of their families. The majority comes from good Christian homes, with good values.
Our club name Stepping’s Stones 7’S RFC, is directly related to our aims and objectives, and our motto “To Better and Bigger Things” indicate that we want to improve the livelihoods and circumstances of our players, their families and the communities from which we come.
We provide a much-needed recreational opportunity, guidance and support to these men in the community.
We strive to expose them to opportunities so that they can excel and achieve greatness through the game of rugby.
We also provide life skills and courses to assist them in becoming better family members, fathers, leaders and citizens of this great country of ours.
Our club players and members are actively involved with community projects that ranges from assistance to creches, food relief for the homeless and poor, assistance to church functions.
Our club is also actively involved with community projects as a corporate entity.
Our club is also actively supporting community fundraising for good causes.
We are solely dependent on our own funding and unfortunately, we were unsuccessful to secure a sponsor for this season.
We raise funding through membership fees, braai functions, lucky draws, raffles and donations.
We have our own business bank account.
We are registered as an NPO, number 235-424 NPO.
We have a formal Constitution and Board in line with the requirements for NPO registration,