May 17, 2011 Cricket for Change and 'Street20' hope for Sierra Leone
'CRICKET IN SIERRA LEONE' BY DAVID TURNER An update from an Englishman based and living in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa, following C4C's visit in 2008.
Background… read more
May 12, 2011 'Street20' makes an impact in Trinidad & Tobago
A group of Cricket for Change coaches recently visited Trinidad and Tobago to introduce the concept of ‘Street20’ cricket to community youth leaders on a local… read more
May 9, 2011 Former West Indies Captain and batsman becomes charity Patron
Cricket for Change (C4C) are pleased to announce that former West Indies Captain and batsman, Jimmy Adams , has agreed to become a 'Patron' for the charity.
Jimmy has been involved with… read more
May 5, 2011 Cricket for Change Apprentices bring the 'World Alive'
Earlier this year, one of our partners, ‘Emergency Happiness’, kicked off a programme of youth leadership development with the C4C Apprentices.
The ' Real Futures' programme… read more
Apr 27, 2011 Easter brings new cricket coaches
Over the Easter break, the C4C Refugee Cricket Project (RCP) Peer Leaders and the Street Engagement team completed their UKCC Level 1 certifcates and are now qualified coaches! The… read more
Apr 23, 2011 Fantasy Club Cricket launches with Cricket for Change and ClubCric.com
ClubCric are delighted to announce the launch of Fantasy Club Cricket in association with Cricket for Change (C4C). This is the first time followers and players of local leagues have been… read more
Apr 21, 2011 Sun shines on Hit The Top Club Finals Day
Cricket for Change hosted the ‘All London Club Finals’ at the Cricket Centre, Plough Lane, Wallington during the recent long Easter holidays. Once the teams had all turned… read more
Feb 25, 2011 The True Spirit of Cricket
This story was written by Richard Wiggins, a friend of C4C and currently the Publicity Officer of the newly formed Essex Disability Cricket Association. The article was orginially written… read more
Feb 17, 2011 Hitting gang crime for six on the streets
Jonathan Liew of the 'Daily Telegraph' tells the story of the Cricket for Change Priory Estate initiative.
As England’s cricketers embark on their World Cup campaign, back home a… read more
Feb 8, 2011 Making a difference at ISIS Young Offenders Prison
A team of Cricket for Change (C4C) staff recently descended en mass to the ISIS Young Offenders Prison in south east London. It was part of an on going programme where C4C’s Tony Joseph… read more
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