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Play your part in helping the Professional Cricketers’ Trust

Your donations, big and small, mean we can provide support for PCA members and their families when they need it most.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

As an Organisation

  • Does your organisation have a charity of the year?
  • Would your company be interested in supporting a Trust event?
  • Could you make the Trust the beneficiary charity of one of your existing events?
  • Are you looking for event talent in return for a donation to the Trust?
  • Engage your staff and customers through volunteering for the Trust?
  • Do you have an auction item or experience you would be willing to donate?
Contact Kathryn Ford

As an Individual

  • Sporting challenges (marathons, half-marathons, cycle events, triathlons…) if you are looking to get fit and raise money.
  •  Sponsored events (eating, sponsored shaves, ‘Give it up’…) can be a less physical and perhaps more fun way of raising vital funds
  • Peer-to-peer fundraising
Contact Kathryn Ford

County Teams

  • Does your organisation have a charity of the year?
  • Support the charity that is there for you.
  • Your county team can get behind the Professional Cricketers’ Trust so that it can be there when you need it.
  • Contact your PDM or Samantha Relf to get your team involved.
Contact Sam Relf

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Donate in Memory

Celebrate the life of a loved one while supporting our vital work. Make a donation, create an online tribute or leave a legacy in someone’s memory.

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

“I donated because I think it’s such a worthy cause. I have had first-hand experience of how hard it can be for cricketers past & present.”

Christine Kettleborough