International Cricket Tours becomes an Official Supporter of the Lord’s Taverners
We’re delighted to announce that International Cricket Tours has signed an agreement with The Lord’s Taverners to become an Official Supporter of the leading sporting charity.
Our agreement will see us support the Lord’s Taverners on a range of initiatives to raise funds and support the charity in its mission of enhancing the lives of young people through sport and recreation.
Sara Malin, director of International Cricket Tours, said, “As a long term supporter of cricket, I’m delighted to have the opportunity to support the Lord’s Taverners. Through this agreement, we hope to raise a significant amount of money to enable the charity to use the wonderful game of cricket to make a positive impact on even more young people’s lives and to build long term relationships with the Lord’s Taverners and it’s members everywhere.”
Paul Robin, chief executive of the Lord’s Taverners, said, “I am delighted to announce this new agreement between the Lord’s Taverners and International Cricket Tours. Sara and the team bring a very high level of expertise, experience and passion to the world of cricket travel, and it’s fantastic to have them on board as an official supporter of our charity. We look forward to working with them.”
We’d love you to get involved with the Lord’s Taverners, from volunteering, fundraising or even playing cricket for them, please go to www.lordstaverners.org for more details and to find out the different ways to support this great charity.
About the Lord’s Taverners
The Lord’s Taverners is the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity whose objective is to give disadvantaged and disabled young people a sporting chance.
Every year, the Lord’s Taverners donate over £3 million to help young people of all abilities and backgrounds participate in sporting activities. In 2013 alone the Lord’s Taverners gave 7 million sporting chances across all of its charitable programmes.
The Lord’s Taverners benefits hugely from the support of its highly regarded members, many of them drawn from the world of sport and entertainment. The list includes Alastair Cook, Andrew Strauss, Greg James, Will Greenwood, James Haskell, Miles Jupp, Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, Jonathan Agnew and Mike Gatting.
To see the many different ways you can get involved with the Lord’s Taverners, from volunteering, fundraising or even playing cricket for us, please go to www.lordstaverners.org for more details.
The Lord’s Taverners recently celebrated their 65th Anniversary with a trip to Antigua, International Cricket Tours provided friends and family of the Lord’s Taverners with travel arrangements to accompany them on what was a fabulous trip.Copyright © 2017
Last updated April 13th, 2017