In Brief

The Professional Cricketers’ Association raises money in several ways for the PCA Benevolent Fund.

The aims of the programme are:

  • Sponsored Fundraising – Members take on challenges in support of our charity such as the iron man competitions, marathons and our three Big Bike Rides.
  • Charitable Events – The PCA hold events throughout the year, including the PCA Summer Garden Party and the NatWest PCA Awards.
  • Charitable or Direct Donations – You can set up a standing order to make a regular donation to the Benevolent Fund by returning the downloadable form HERE or make a one-off payment by contacting Ali Prosser Tel: 07769 880888 or aprosser@thepca.co.uk.
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PCA President Graham Gooch is set to take on the Wainwright Coast to Coast walk to raise funds for the PCA Benevolent Fund & Graham Gooch Scholarship.

Gooch, his partner & three friends will undertake the 193-mile hike, which starts with placing your feet in the water off the coast of St Bees in Cumbria on September 17 and ending with your feet in the North Sea in Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire on September 29.

“We want to raise money for all the great things the PCA supply for present players, past players and future cricketers,” said Gooch.

“I’ve seen first-hand what work goes into supporting these cricketers and to help this is something I’m very passionate about.”

Gooch is encouraging day walkers to join him on the gruelling 13-day challenge to support with fundraising. For more information on how to get involved contact Sam Relf – sam.relf@thepca.co.uk

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Cricket United

Cricket United has been a day in the calendar for five years which sees the PCA Benevolent Fund team up with the Lord’s Taverners and Chance to Shine to help change lives through cricket in the UK’s biggest cricket fundraising and awareness day.

Unfortunately, Cricket United Day will not be taking place during the Specsavers Test Match at the Kia Oval in 2018, but we are looking at plans for the future.

Funds raised over the past five years have helped the the Benevolent Fund, along with Lord’s Taverners and Chance to Shine to change thousands of lives through cricket; from children starting out in the game to professional cricketers retiring from it.

A big thank you to everyone who has supported Cricket United!

An Evening With Aggers

Supporting the PCA Benevolent Fund, join Aggers in his first solo show as he takes us on a trip down memory lane.

Recounting tales from a wonderful and entertaining career on the field and in the box, with film footage, audio clips and photographs on our big screen.

In his unparalleled View From The Boundary sessions, he has interviewed folk from all walks of life, including rock stars, film legends, writers, comedians, two prime ministers and a boy wizard! His consummate skills on air have proved electric on stage as he has taken on his prickly commentating partner Geoffrey Boycott, spin legend Graeme Swann, India’s ‘Little Master’ Sunil Gavaskar, bad boy of English cricket Phil Tufnell and the gloriously eccentric David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd.

Evenings With Aggers are always fun, fiery and full of surprises! They are fascinating, hilarious, no-holds-barred evenings for cricket fans and non-lovers of the game alike.

Join Aggers

Legacy & Wills

Leaving a donation to the PCA Benevolent Fund as part of your legacy in a will furthers the work we do with current and former players.

A donation will help us be there for every member, to make sure they have the best future they could possibly achieve.

We understand that leaving a legacy is a special and personal decision. That’s why our charity Trustees are available to answer any questions you may have.  In the first instance please contact Ian Thomas on 07920 575578 or email ithomas@thepca.co.uk

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