In 2017, Cricket for Good, in partnership with UNICEF, is using the extraordinary power and reach of cricket to help transform children’s lives around the world, so that One Day every child will be free from danger.
What’s happening in the UK?
Children in the UK will be at the heart of both the ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Women’s World Cup. As well as welcoming the teams onto the pitch, children from schools near all eight venues will take part in special coaching clinics and teaching programmes with the best players in the world.
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How can your school get involved?
Every school has the chance to bring the excitement of the tournament into class through a new, cricket-based resource. This set of six resource cards developed by Cricket for Good for use in primary schools in the UK, combines opportunities to get active, develop cricket skills, undertake exciting projects and learn about the rights of children around the world.
By downloading the resource, any school in the UK can be a part of #OneDay4Children!
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What’s happening around the world?
#OneDay4Children is enabling Unicef to continue their vital work with children all over the world. Funds raised will help keep children safe from disease, provide lifesaving food, clean water, education, disaster relief and protection from violence.
How can I support?
By supporting #OneDay4Children you can help keep children safe by helping to provide clean water, enough to eat and the chance to play. Click here to find out more.