Sep 2, 2013 Friendship and fun Hits the Top at National Festival 2013
C4C volunteer, Isobel Stone, tells us about her involvement in the 2013 Hit the Top National Festival. 10 teams from 9 counties across the UK came together to compete in The Lord's… read more
Sep 1, 2013 Rugby's strength making a powerful impact
The power of sport to change lives is clearly evident in this article from The Independent Online in which Kevin Garside and former England player, Will Greenwood, meet and talk to Mike… read more
Sep 1, 2013 C4C - Impact Champions
The powerful, real and positive social impact work of Cricket for Change has been recognised as we became the most recent 'Views Substance Impact Champion' .
'Views' is an online… read more
Jul 29, 2013 Anniversary Games brings memories of moving forward with C4C
Following a week-end of reminiscing at the Anniversary Games at London’s Olympic Park and the IPC World Championships in Lyon brought back memories of scintillating summer of sport in… read more
Jul 10, 2013 Sportsister trains with the UK’s first visually impaired women’s cricket team
My connecting train had been cancelled and in it’s replacement I had been told to catch a bus. I was stumped (excuse the pun). Leaving the station prematurely I had no idea where… read more
Jul 5, 2013 Street Elite working for 'Beyond London 2012' Awards
Cricket for Change are delighted to announce that the ' Street Elite' programme has been named on the shortlist for the first-ever Beyond London 2012 Awards .
Those individuals and… read more
Jul 2, 2013 Want to be the UK's best club cricketer and raise money for C4C?
Cricket for Change are offering you the fantastic opportunity to fundraise for the charity and to test your cricketing skills and become the UK's best all round club cricketer (and win… read more
Jun 27, 2013 ONLY A FEW PLACES LEFT! Join C4C on the Virgin London Triathlon challenge
C4C have only a few places left for taking part in The Virgin London Triathlon for anyone looking for a 'last minute' fundraising challenge this summer.
The event takes place… read more
Jun 10, 2013 England Cricket Captain Alastair Cook visits inspiring young blind cricketers at C4C.
The England Cricket Captain, Alastair Cook , took time out of the ICC Champions Trophy to play cricket with 20 young Blind and Visually Impaired (VI) cricketers from Cricket for Change… read more
Jun 2, 2013 West Indies star, Chris Gayle, uses his power to unlock the potential of disadvantaged young people
Thursday 30th May, saw the launch of the Chris Gayle Academy in London and Kingston, Jamaica in a partnership between Cricket for Change (C4C), the West Indies and Royal… read more
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