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£2,023
raised of £4,000 target by 54 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,023 to deliver quality upcycled cricket equipment to disadvantaged children, teenagers and young adults in cricket-loving communities.

    Hertfordshire, England.
    Funded on Tuesday, 31st August 2021

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    The Cricket Kindness Project

    The Cricket Kindness Project brightens the lives of hundreds of youngsters by giving them the simple joy of access to sport. Mass quantities of age appropriate cricket equipment and playing uniforms are donated to under-resourced government primary schools, secondary schools and cricket clubs every year to help level the playing field for impoverished cricket-loving communities.

    Money raised helps fund the next round of incredible cricket kindness goodwill shipments!

    Our 2021 Cricket Kit Appeal is seeing vast quantities of up-cycled new & used equipment streaming in!

    We are fundraising to send enormous cricket goodwill shipments to impoverished communities in Barbados, Trinidad & Guyana in coming months. If we exceed our fundraising and kit collection targets, we will also be able to help cricket-loving communities in Africa & Nepal who are desperate for assistance with kit.

    During the second half of 2020, The Cricket Kindness Project collected 315 cricket bats, 520 cricket balls, 220 pairs of pads, 200 pairs of gloves, 80 cricket helmets, 300 shirts & 110 pairs of cricket shoes! Through our Just Giving campaign, this amazing mountain of kit was shipped to disadvantaged children in Antigua and Nevis at the end of 2020 and was distributed in Feb 2021!

    It is hard to put into words the gratitude expressed by recipient children, school principals and physical education teachers when they are gifted proper junior and youth equipment donated through Cricket Kindness. A heartfelt thank you to all who share the Cricket Kindness dream.

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      54

      • Chipperfield Clarendon CC

        Chipperfield Clarendon CC

        Jul 26, 2021

        Best wishes from the players and parents at Chipperfield Clarendon CC junior section.

        £318.00

      • Stephen King

        Stephen King

        Jun 21, 2021

        Keep up the good work

        £40.00

      • Isle of Man Cricket Community

        Isle of Man Cricket Community

        Jun 7, 2021

        We are all happy to support such a great cause

        £30.00

      • Nitesh Patel

        Nitesh Patel

        May 11, 2021

        Amazing cause, well done Tamara.

        £5.00

      • Carl, Tracy and Will Reis

        Carl, Tracy and Will Reis

        May 6, 2021

        Delighted to be able to donate outgrown cricket kit to this fantastic cause.

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Apr 30, 2021

        Well done on a fantastic initiative

        £50.00

      • Ali Holland

        Ali Holland

        Apr 29, 2021

        Fantastic!

        £20.00

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      Tamara  Lowe

      Tamara Lowe

      Hertfordshire, England.

      Tamara Lowe is a passionate humanitarian with a life-long love for cricket. She established the Cricket Kindness Project five years ago to support less fortunate cricket-loving communities in developing cricket-playing nations with access to cricket gear.

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