Weʼre raising £3,000 to deliver quality new & upcycled cricket equipment to disadvantaged children, teenagers & young adults in cricket-loving communities.
- Hertfordshire, England
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The Cricket Kindness Project brings joy to thousands of children, teenagers and youths every year by giving them the simple joy of access to quality sporting equipment.
Cricket Kindness collects vast quantities of new and upcycled cricket kit through our Kit Recycling Programme. Money raised helps re-grip hundreds of bats, top up ball supplies and packing materials for the next round of incredible Cricket Kindness goodwill shipments leaving soon!
It is hard to put into words the gratitude expressed by recipient children, school principals and physical education teachers when they receive proper age appropriate junior and youth equipment donated through the Cricket Kindness Project.
Despite ongoing Covid challenges in 2020 and 2021, the Cricket Kindness Project Cricket Kit Appeal has continued upcycling vast quantities of quality cricket gear whenever England has been out of lockdown.
A heartfelt thank you to all who share the Cricket Kindness dream. We are so grateful to everyone who helps us put smiles on the faces of cricket-loving communities desperate to play and participate in a sport loved around the world!
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Sep 16, 2021
Happy to support such an amazing charity and all the hard work which goes in to making it happen. Inspirational Tamara
Sep 14, 2021
Great Work Tamara! Well done!
Sep 5, 2021
Keep up the inspiring work.
Sep 5, 2021
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About the fundraiser
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.