"I would like to recommend ‘Cricket for Change’ to any school. Their staff are extremely professional with clear goals and highly skilled in their delivery, motivation and rapport with the pupils."
Our charity is grateful to receive assistance from a number of official Patrons and if you are interested in becoming one then, please contact Andy Sellins, at email@example.com or on 07960 476 733
Please see below our current Patrons:
The Rt Hon Sir John Major KG CH
We would llike to thank Sir John Major for kindly agreeing to be our '30th Anniversary Patron' in 2011. We were very honoured and privileged that Sir John, pledged his support both as a renowned cricket lover and champion of great causes, and we are glad that C4C holds a special place in his heart.
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Jimmy Adams – Patron
Former West Indies Captain and batsman, Jimmy Adams,Jimmy has been involved with the charity since 'The Courtney Walsh Foundation' was set up by C4C in Jamaica in 2009, on which Jimmy comments:
C4C is having a tremendous impact in Jamaica through its use of cricket as a vehicle for social intervention. In working with young offenders, the disabled and the visually impaired, C4C is making a tangible, distinct and hugely positive impact on sections of the society that have struggled to gain recognition over the years.
He continues by saying; This upliftment through sport, with many who have been previously marginalised in our country, has had the undeniable effect of helping to strengthen communities throughout the island and I am honoured to be associated both with the work being done through C4C and those engaged in fulfilling its mandate.
Cricket for Change are delighted to have Jimmy on board and look forward to working more closely with such a great addition to the charity's work and activity.
Chris Gayle – Patron
Current West Indies and Bangalore Royal Challengers player, Chris Gayle, is delighted to be a Patron of Cricket for Change and will do all he can to support and promote all the work that the chairty delivers.
Chris encourages the charity to 'keep up the good work'.