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Rubgy Ralph Lauren Launches New Initiative To Help Social Entrepreneurs

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Rugby Ralph Lauren is launching a new initiative called “MATCH RUGBY” to help support young social entrepreneurs. Rugby will make grants to aspiring social entrepreneurs, helping them start and develop their businesses, through the creation of the Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation’s MATCH RUGBY FUND. To kick-off the launch of this social action program, Rugby will also introduce a capsule collection created of co-branded products, each item benefiting a unique and special cause. Presently, the group has hooked up with two of the Razz’s favorites — TOMS Shoes and Lauren Bush’s FEED project.

To help get the word out, Ralph Lauren has donated a prize package of Match Rugby jersey ($95), FEED for Ruby Bag ($100), and a pair of TOMS Shoes ($58). Want to win all three? Let us know below in the comments what social entreprenuership project you admire! One person will be chosen at random to receive the gift pack three days from now. Good luck!

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