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Support the Shatila Refugee Cricket Tour

We need your help to provide life changing experiences for a group of Shatila refugee children and staff to come over to London, in July 2019, and take part in our “World’s Biggest Cricket Festival” event and to see the cricket World Cup. In October 2018 and March 2019, Capital Kids Cricket, in partnership with Basmeh and Zeitooneh, volunteered at the Shatila...

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£155.00

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£40,000.00

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Support the Shatila Refugee Cricket Tour

We need your help to provide life changing experiences for a group of Shatila refugee children and staff to come over to London, in July 2019, and take part in our “World’s Biggest Cricket Festival” event and to see the cricket World Cup.

In October 2018 and March 2019, Capital Kids Cricket, in partnership with Basmeh and Zeitooneh, volunteered at the Shatila refugee camp and trained the first ever Syrian Refugee Under 15 cricket team and provided coach education courses for staff and volunteers.
 
To read more about Shatila, our work and some of the experiences of the children and staff who live and work at the camp, visit our blog: https://www.capitalkidscricket.org.uk/capital-kids-cricket-blog/
 

Event date

30-June-2019

Event type

Donations Only

Event is completed

Activity log

Donation by Anonymous
on 18/03/2019
£ 100.00
£ 25.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 16/03/2019
£ 5.00
£ 1.25 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 12/03/2019
£ 50.00
£ 12.50 gift aid

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £155.00
Direct donations:(offline) £0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £155.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£193.75

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