The programme encourages communities to roll up their sleeves and donate their time by volunteering over the weekend, helping with tasks such as digging up weeds, painting the club house or making the teas for thirsty workers.
Nearly 300 clubs have registered for RBS RugbyForce in England and almost 100 registered for NatWest RugbyForce in Wales, and they need support from volunteers in completing key renovation projects which will safeguard their future for years to come.
England's most capped international and RBS RugbyForce supporter Jason Leonard is putting his DIY skills to good use and heading to Mitcham RFC with current international Joe Simpson to support their weekend plans.
Whilst Welsh legend Martyn Williams - set to his 100th cap against the Barbarians at the weekend - will head to Crymych RFC to lend a hand.
Jason Leonard said: "This will be the third time I have headed to a rugby club for the RBS RugbyForce Weekend and I can't wait to put my carpentry skills to good use and get involved.
"There's a great buzz at a club on a weekend like this as people of all ages come together and muck in. I'd strongly urge everyone to head to their local rugby club.
"The weekend can really make a difference to the future of your club."
To find out if your local rugby club is taking part visit rbs.com/rugbyforce in England and natwest.com/rugbyforce in Wales.