Donate to runs and wickets for change
Sponsor players per run or wicket they get in 2022 across all formats of the game this summer.
Sir Alastair Cook leads a list of cricketers from 11 counties who will be supporting the charity through the runs they score or the wickets they take for their teams across all formats of the game this summer, as they help us raise funds for cricket programmes we deliver for young people with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities in their respective counties.
You can sponsor each run they score or wicket they take for as little, or as much as you like – and you can cap the maximum amount you’d like to donate, while also choosing whether you donate for a single match, month or year.
Why not donate to a player from your county and directly impact the young people we help? Here's the list of players you can donate to (click on the name to donate to your player of choice):
Derbyshire - Luis Reece
Durham - Liam Trevaskis
Essex - Sir Alastair Cook | Tom Westley | Nick Browne | Jamie Porter | Aaron Beard
Glamorgan - Sam Northeast | Kiran Carlson
Gloucestershire - James Bracey
Hampshire - James Fuller
Kent - Joe Denly | Alex Blake | Tawanda Muyeye
Middlesex - John Simpson | Nathan Sowter
Northamptonshire - Gareth Berg
Somerset - Jack Brooks
Worcestershire - Ben Cox | Joe Leach | Jake Libby
Everyone listed above joins England men's opening batter Zak Crawley and England women's Captain Heather Knight in fundraising for the charity through their performances. Sign up for the player of your choice now and help us make a difference.
For more information and to donate, click here.