LONDON, May 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cage 4 All, a Community Interest Company, which promotes diversity through the sport Cage Cricket, is in the running for support and funding from the Aviva Community Fund and is urging those interested in seeing the sport flourish to support it with their votes.
Backed by a range of former cricketers, including Sir Ian Botham, and chairman Colin Salmon, the aim of Cage 4 All is to overcome social, economic, geographic and cultural barriers and provide learning and personal development for young people by giving them the time and space to play sport and mix with others in a positive environment.
How to Vote for Cage 4 All to be awarded the Aviva Community Fund:
- Click the link : https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/757/
- Cast your TEN votes for Cage 4 All
- Please share the link with friends, family and colleagues
- Ask them to repeat the process!
The closing date is 30th May 2015, so please get your votes in before the deadline
Aviva Community Fund
As an organisation, Aviva cares about making a positive difference in our local communities. As a business, Aviva depends on healthy communities for our current and future customers, employees, our supply chain and our investors. The Aviva Community Fund offers support and funding to inspirational local projects within local communities. It allows for contribution to causes that matter to people within the heart of communities by funding projects that will make a difference.
Cage 4 All
Cage 4 All is a Community Interest Company, a Not for Profit organisation established to give everyone, regardless of background, gender, race or ability, the opportunity to participate in, & appreciate, the health, social & educational benefits that Cage Cricket delivers. Success with this application will allow Cage to deliver 10,000 sporting and social development opportunities in year one alone.
Sir Ian Botham, President of Cage Cricket, Sky Sports Commentator and England cricketing legend
"Cage gives everyone, regardless of background, gender, race or ability, the opportunity to participate in and appreciate the health, social and educational benefits of sport, and in particular cricket."
Learn the game - Play the game - Teach the game - Grow the game
Cage Cricket is ideally suited to :
* Disabled - it is zonal, target driven and no running between the wickets
* Women and Girls - it involves the skills and disciplines of cricket but does not rely upon strength and power
* Young People - total involvement throughout the hour's play, with the added attraction of the game's strong street element
* 16 - 23 year olds - continued involvement in sport after leaving school without the need for expensive sporting equipment, materials or complex organisation
* Marginalised - provides adults of varied backgrounds, ability & gender
Cage Cricket on YouTube:
Cage Cricket : Inner City & Disability
Cricket : Tradition, Innovation & Community
Cage Cricket on BBC Breakfast
Cage Cricket Rules
Cage Cricket with Jimmy Anderson & Graeme Swann
Twitter : @cage4all