RGF MISSION

The mission of the Reggae Girlz Foundation (RGF) is to inspire, educate, mobilize and support the next generation of young female football players in Jamaica.  Through our initiatives, we strive to improve the growth, development and access to quality football programs that enhance the physical, mental and personal development of girls in underserved communities across Jamaica.

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ANNOUNCEMENT:

The Reggae Girlz Foundation worked hard over the past year in fundraising efforts to support the Girlz in and future endeavors.  From some those funds raised, the RGF is proud to be able support the Jamaican Senior Women’s National Football team at the pre-Olympic Qualification camp in Houston, Texas.

RGF was able to donate $20,000 to this trip by covering the hotel costs of $16,700 + $3,300 for transportation while in Houston.  RGF hopes to keep this type of support going for the Girlz as they reach new goals.

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The tragic passing of  Tarania “Plum Plum” Clarke is being supported by the Reggae Girlz Foundation. 

The Foundation’s goal is to help Plum Plum’s family with funeral costs + create an ongoing scholarship in honor of her.

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INSPIRE

We are not just committed to creating great female footballers, but providing the opportunity to grow Jamaica’s young girls into strong independent women that become inspirations to the next generation ‘ballers’ following behind them.

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EDUCATE

The success CONCACAF women’s international programs have contributed significantly towards growing girls/women’s football in their countries.  Our efforts will focus on sharing the success and benefits of developing girls football at parish and club level on up through the highest levels of the JFF.

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DEVELOP

Enthusiasm is not enough – the Foundation is focusing contributing towards a proper international-level program to fund the  great coaching, build the facilities, and enable access to scrimmages that build the athletes and staff into a competitive force on the international stage.

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MOBILIZE

Get active – share with others your passion for growing the sport of Jamaican women’s football in your area.  The Foundation can connect you to other members for ideas, support and introductions in your local area.

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How can I help? How do I get involved?

There are many ways you can get involved!  From helping with details to fundraising events to promotions to helping add to our Membership — there is always an open spot for hard work and enthusiasm.


 

RGF PARTNERS

The below companies and organizations have helped RGF thru donating their time and services.
They are collaborating with RGF to make a difference:


 

NEWS

  • RGF Helps Senior Team at Olympic Qualifiers with $20k

      The Reggae Girlz Foundation worked hard over the past year in fundraising efforts to support the Girlz in and future endeavors.

    January 19, 2020
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  • The Reggae Girlz Foundation aims to turn Jamaica’s World Cup history into sustained success

    June 14, 2019
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  • Why Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz could become Women’s World Cup fan favorites

    May 29, 2019
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  • Reggae Girlz FIFA World Cup Qualification is a Game Changer

    May 29, 2019
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  • Watch World Cup Send-Off LIVE

    May 23, 2019
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  • Capitalizing On Girlz’ Success

    May 19, 2019
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  • Buy Tickets for Big Send-Off Celebration!

    May 7, 2019
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  • South Florida Celebration for Reggae Girlz World Cup Send-Off Tour

    May 7, 2019
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REGGAE GIRLZ FOUNDATION
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  • The @concacafw rosters are officially in.  Check out the @jff_football final 20 player roster for the Jamaica Senior Women’s Football 2020 Olympic Qualifying Team.
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14 of the 20 players were members of the historic 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Squad in France.  The Reggae Girlz are definitely ready to #StrikeHard on their #ReggaeRoad2Tokyo.
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#202OlympicQual #20PlayerRoster #JWNT #JFF_Football #ReggaeGirlzFoundation #CedellaMarley #BobMarleyFoundation #ZureeDolls #Armwaves #Rooted2Rise #WeBelieve #ReggaeRoad2France
  • GAME POSTPONED ~ The Reggae Girlz International Friendly game schedules for today has been postponed due to inclement weather.  We will update you if and when it has been rescheduled.
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#ReggaeGirlz #JWNT #2020OlympicQualifiers #ReggaeRoad2Tokyo
  • The Reggae Girlz had another productive day of training yesterday in Day 5 of their 2020 Olympic Qualifying Pre-Tournament camp.  Today they will take the pitch to take on Costa Rica in an International Friendly game at Rice University in Houston TX at 6:30pm.
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This game will not be streamed or televised, but open to the public and closed to the media.
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#2020OlympicQualifiers #JWNT #ReggaeGirlz #StrikeHard #CedellaMarley #JFF_Football #ReggaeGirlzFoundation #BobMarleyFoundation #ZureeDolls #Armwaves #ReggaeRoad2Tokyo
  • 2020 Olympic Qualifying Pre-Tournament Camp preparation continues on Day 4, with a great session at Albion Hurricane FC training facilities.  A few of the club players were rewarded and thrilled with the opportunity to participate in the training session with the Reggae Girlz. .
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Swipe left to check out a few scenes from the day 🇯🇲⚽️.
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#OlympicQualifiers #JWNT #ReggaeGirlz #PreTournamentCamp #Day4 #HoustonTexas #ReggaeGirlzFoundation #Rooted2Rise #CedellaMarley #BobMarleyFoundation #JFF_Football #JamaicanFootballers #ReggaeRoad2Tokyo #WeBelong

JFF INSTAGRAM 

  • Watch the exciting highlights from the Waterhouse Fc vs. Arnett Gardens FC encounter in the 2nd  leg of the JFF/Lascelles Employers and Partners Cooperative Credit Union Women's Knockout Competition.
Fulltime: Waterhouse 9- Arnett Gardens 0
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#ReggaeFootball #StillOnTheBall #LascellesEmployersandPartnersCooperativeCreditUnion
  • Repost @jamaicagleaner  General Secretary Dalton Wint does not expect the resignation of national Under-20 women’s coach Lorne Donaldson to have any serious effect on the team and Reggae Girlz programme. Wint stated that the JFF has a system in place and expects the wheels to continue turning while promising to have a replacement in place by the end of the week.
  • Repost @jamaicagleaner 
Another Jamaican international will make her mark in the Women’s French League this year. Midfielder Havana Solaun has joined Paris FC from Norweigian club Klepp IL until the end of the season, making her the club’s first signing of the winter transfer window. The 26-year-old, who spent three years in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) in the United States with the Seattle Reign and the Washington Spirit, said she welcomes the opportunity to test herself in top-level European competition.
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  • Repost @jamaicagleaner 
As our nation struggles with this monster called crime and our citizens seek answers to the so far unanswered question of how to reduce the number of our murders, sports appear as the balm that can (at least temporarily) reduce the daily tension that is usually associated with nations at war. Cricket and football are the two main sports that unite us whenever we are faced with international opponents.