Lewis, who has also played for England U20s and who signed a new contract with Gloucester Rugby earlier this year, will be on hand to lend advice and present the prizes as the highly successful O2 Touch event reaches its climax at Kingsholm on Wednesday at 6:30pm.
Lewis is delighted to be involved on the night:
"I was really pleased to be asked along by the Community department. Touch rugby is a great introduction to the game for youngsters and a superb way to keep fit for everyone - young or old, male or female."
"It's a game for everyone and we use it regularly as part of training at Gloucester."
After eight successful weeks of touch rugby, Gloucester Rugby have seen 300 people take up the game, 80 of whom are female and several are completely new to the game.
They have been spurred into action thanks to the RFU's O2 Touch programme, a nationwide initiative aimed at making this fun-filled, socially driven game available to all. The programme has been rolled out at clubs up and down the country with around 400 clubs taking part.
Dave Barley, Gloucester Rugby's Community Rugby Coach, said:
"This year's O2 Touch programme has been the best ever with 18 teams taking part. The Leagues have seen several new players enter and they have loved every second of playing touch."
Gloucester Rugby have been running a two tier touch programme, with a Premiership League for experienced touch players and a Championship League for newcomers to the game.
"There has been some outstanding touch played in both leagues. People who have joined teams that have never played touch rugby before have taken really well to the game and have loved every minute of it."
Martin Johnson, the England Team Manager, whose side fly to New Zealand this week for the Rugby World Cup, added:
"Touch rugby is a great sport for getting fit and having fun and it's great that Gloucester Rugby have got involved. We use Touch as part of England training sessions to get the team warmed up as it's dynamic and there are very few injury risks. O2 Touch has certainly provided a great way for everyone to be a part of the sport."
The O2 Touch finals will be contested by the Acorns and GR Community in the Premiership league, and Cheltenham Civil Service and Cleeve Crusaders in the reckoning for honours in the Championship final.
O2 Touch is the first initiative to be rolled out to support the RFU's Choose Rugby campaign which aims to increase participation in the sport ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2015.
Through Choose Rugby, the RFU is encouraging people to find a rugby club and start, restart or carry on playing rugby, either in the traditional 15-a-side game or in modified short and non-contact versions of the game like touch, tag or sevens.
To encourage players to participate in the O2 Touch programme, the RFU is also running an online video competition with winners having the chance to play at Twickenham.
Video footage of individual O2 Touch events can be submitted to www.rfu.com/O2touch, with an RFU committee selecting the top five films from the North and the South and the winning teams getting the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play at Twickenham.