Based in Cardiff at the iconic Wales Millennium Centre, Touch Trust provide unique creative, touch-based art of movement programmes for individuals affected by autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), complex needs, behaviour which challenges, and profound and multiple disabilities.
Debbie, from Touch Trust, said: "Boycezone are great friends of ours. We have found kindred spirits in them in that they are enthusiastic, giving, full of energy and are very creative. They play live music whatever the weather, which could be seen to reflect our attitude that whatever the obstacle, whether it be a disability or not, we always look towards the possible in an optimistic and hopeful way - this creates a beautiful community that everyone can feel included in."
The money raised by Boycezone on Friday will go towards the charities bursary scheme which helps those who cannot pay for a programme, and guarantees the charities policy that they will never turn anyone away.
The event has been organised by Cross Key's WRU Rugby Enterprise Academy member John Jenkins, an Accountancy and Law student at the University of South Wales. As part of the Rugby Enterprise Academy scheme, John's role throughout the season has been to help raise the profile of Cross Keys within the local community and across the region through such charitable and other events.
Earlier in the season he organised a Ladies day, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Care Cymru, at their home game against Neath. This had the twin effect of introducing more female supporters to Premiership rugby and Cross Keys RFC while raising money for the extremely worthwhile cause.
The WRU Rugby Enterprise Academy is an initiative to identify and develop future rugby administrators and commercial and marketing personnel within the game in Wales, along the same line as the player, coaching and referee pathway operates. A season long attachment to a Premiership Club forms part of that valuable development experience for each of the Rugby Enterprise Academy members.
Talking about his role at Cross keys John said: "My time at Cross Keys has been extremely enjoyable, I have gained valuable experience and knowledge about sports marketing as well as making some great friends which have hugely complimented my more theoretical based studies at the University of South Wales."
The application process is currently open for the first round of recruitment for next season's WRU Rugby Enterprise Academy programme. Any current students interested in the scheme can find details of how to apply by clicking here.