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15 Jul

Support a Project in YOUR community

The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation are the charity and community arm of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

YCF run a wide range of community projects under our 4 core themes; Education, Health & Wellbeing, Participation and Heritage. We aim to use the power of sport and cricket, to make a positive impact.

We are seeking corporate partners to support our existing projects. If you are looking to do something good in your community or enhance your CSR, please get in touch to hear about our partner packages, with lots of benefits to your organisation.

Below are just some of our projects that you can support:

Catch up Club provides support for people living with dementia and their carers, in the form of a visit to Emerald Headingley Stadium every month. The group take part in a range of activities, from bowls to archery and often bump into a Yorkshire CCC player or two while they are here!

To find out more about the project, Click here

In partnership with U3A, we have recently got on board with Walking Cricket. Following two successful groups set up in Barnsley and Doncaster, we are currently working to make a sustainable Walking Cricket model, where the format of the project can be rolled out all across Yorkshire. To us reach this, we are seeking a partner to come on board and financially support the project.

To find out more about Walking Cricket, check out our case study by Clicking here

The Yorkshire Cricket College is a 2 year, full time, BTEC Level 3 in sport for students aged 16-18.

Students study here at Emerald Headingley Stadium, tutored by Education providers SCL and train in the same world-class facilities at the Yorkshire and England Pro’s.

To find out more about the Yorkshire Cricket College, Click here


Interested in becoming a project partner?

All our project partner packages are bespoke and there are various partner benefits at each level. For further information, please contact Charlotte.Jones@yorkshirecricketfoundation.com

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