the Cricket Society Trust
In the early days the Cricket Society concerned itself with providing cricket equipment to organisations across the world where the game was in its infancy in that particular location. It was decided to formulate a Charitable Trust, which was independent from the Cricket Society but retaining strong links with its members. In December 1992 formal Charity Status was approved.
Our key principle
The advancement of remedial training and physical education for people who are disabled or physically or mentally handicapped or who are deprived of such training or education by poverty or social and economic circumstances by any method which shall be recognised as charitable.
The Trust’s principal aim is to raise sufficient funds which will enable a range of youngsters to appreciate, understand, enjoy and love the game of cricket at every level of involvement.
This can be through physical participation or by watching and listening.