Sussex Cricket prides itself on charitable giving and endeavours to support as many charity requests as possible.
We receive hundreds of requests each year so please appreciate that we are unable to facilitate them all.
We will give priority to organisations that support or partner with us, as well as giving consideration to Sussex based charities, schools and cricket clubs. Please allow a minimum of two weeks to action any response.
In order to be considered for a donation please email firstname.lastname@example.org with all the required information.
An Evening of Comedy & Magic - 14th October 2019
Come and enjoy a relaxed, informal evening of mystery and fun, with two international star magicians, Michael Vincent & Nigel Mead, both of whom are members of the Inner - Magic Circle.
Please see the attached for further information and booking.
Katy's Cycling the Via de la Plata - a Camino of 1,000km...
Katy Cooper is cycling 1,000km through Spain in aid of the Sussex Cricket Foundation.
UPDATE 17th June 2019
Greetings from sunny Salamanca! As you may have gathered, I am a trustee of Sussex Cricket Foundation and I am on a 1,000km, solo, sponsored bike ride from Seville in southern Spain to Santiago de Compostela in the north-west. As I’m now just over half way, I thought I’d send an update.
I’ve been cycling for nine days, with eight more to come. I’m doing about 60km a day, on a mountain bike. Most of the route is either on paths or on the sort of ‘road’ on which, were you driving a car, you would definitely want to take out extra insurance for damage to the underneath of the vehicle. It’s a wonderful part of the world for panoramic landscapes, birdlife and, particularly, history. The route I’m taking - known as the ‘Via de la Plata’ - was originally a Roman road, and then in the Middle Ages became one of the ‘Camino’ (pilgrimage) routes to Santiago de Compostela. There are some amazing churches and walled towns (I’ve already been to two places that were settings for ‘Game of Thrones’), and I’ve been very, very lucky with the weather so far...but north-west Spain is one of the wettest parts of Europe, so this could change... I’m also fortunate to have timed this to coincide with the Cricket World Cup, which gives me something else with which to fill my days once I’ve arrived at my destination (when there’s play, that is!).
The photo is of me outside Salamanca Cathedral - in my SCF T-shirt, of course! - and if you want to read about my daily progress, I’m blogging each evening at https://katycamino.wordpress.com.
It’s a long way to be travelling on my own - and I really appreciate all the support I’ve been shown so far. Thank you so very much to those of you who have already so generously sponsored me. My JustGiving page (which also allows you to add 25% extra through Gift Aid) is at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katycamino2019 - and I would be hugely grateful for anything you can give. The Sussex Cricket Foundation does amazing things, and with your support we can do even more!
Thank you so much again - and I’ll send another update when I make it to Santiago!
All the best
To read more about Katy's incredible challenge download the booklet below.
THE TON UP CLUB - 2019
SUPPORTING & PROMOTING YOUTH CRICKET IN SUSSEX
Welcome to the ‘Ton-Up’ Club Lottery. Your chance to win up to £500!
The prizes for each of the first three months will be £200, £100 and £50. For the December draw, the prize list goes up to £500, £200 and £100.
It costs just £10 per year and draws will take place on 22nd August, 30th September, 31st October and 31st December 2019.
The prizes are based on ticket sales of 500 but in the event that this number is exceeded the prizes will be proportionately increased. In the unlikely event of the 500 ticket target not being met, the prizes will be proportionately adjusted downwards.
Every day our lottery members are playing an important part in promoting and supporting youth cricket in Sussex.
1st Prize - B Wicks
2nd Prize - J Maskelne
3rd Prize - D Clarke
1st Prize - D Sherman
2nd Prize - C Debenham
3rd Prize - K Budd
1st Prize - C Evans
2nd Prize - P Geer
3rd Prize - R Reed
1st Prize - C Harrison
2nd Prize - A Ross
3rd Prize - K Ridge