TFO Apparel Article in American Rugby News


Try For Others, a non-profit dedicated to helping critically injured rugby players live a more active and independent lifestyle, announced Tuesday the official launch of  TFO APPAREL.

All proceeds from TFO APPAREL benefit programs to provide opportunities for critically injured rugby players to challenge their limitations, defy stereotypes, and re-define the meaning of being disabled.

The roots of TFO APPAREL can be traced back to 2001 when Dominic Cooke, then a senior on the UC Berkeley rugby team, was involved in a car accident whilst at home for Christmas vacation. 

When he awoke in the hospital, the doctor informed him he was paralyzed from the waist down and would probably never walk again. Read full article


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