Supporting Charities - TFCC Outreach Programme
We do our upmost to local charities and local sport, our TFCC Outreach Programme aims to support the local cricket community and sporting charities.
At TFCC we are dedicated to supporting charitable causes, we have worked with many charitable events this year including Chance to Shine events and Cricket Club fundraising days. We also raised money for Loros in memory of Tom's grandmother in 2018
Supporting Mental Health
We are now working in partnership with Opening Up, who do vital work for mental health in sport for sportsmen and women from all walks of life.
We support our local sporting venues of all kinds, during 2017 we have repaired nets and cleaned up grounds in order to prepare our affiliated clubs for the season - we are always be happy to support our affiliated clubs on their ground force days!
"Tom Flowers Cricket Coaching prove that Covid-19 can’t stop a determined fundraiser!"
Tom and our team at TFCC set out on a mission to cover 96 miles across Leicestershire & Rutland over a 5-day trek, taking in some of the counties picturesque cricket grounds along the way.
Starting on 9th November 2020 at 8am, the “TFCC Covid 96er” aimed to raise £1000 in memory of Toms gran, Edith Flowers.
Supported by TFCC coaches Niamh and Elizabeth as well as Scott Moore and Ellie from CEL Sports Ltd, along the journey, to keep Tom going and raise those all important donations for LOROS.
The total raised was an amazing £2265.00 which will helped support LOROS patients and their families over Christmas.
Follow the link to check out the full cover story from LOROS themselves.
B Cricket Bat Raffle.
Our friends over at B Cricket, hosted a very generous bat raffle this January 2021. Where they gave away a high quality Player Grade Bat, Selling 52 tickets and raised £111 for LOROS.
Well Done to everyone involved and who helped contribute to their successful fundraiser.
January 21st 2021 TFCC sent off their delivery, of unused old Crickfest t-shirts to the Lord's Taverners Sports Kit Recycling.
Many young people in the UK and abroad find it hard to access sport, with one of the main barriers being a simple lack of access to the right kit and equipment.
Lord's Taverners sports kit recycling programme collects usable kit from across the UK through a network of local ‘collection hubs’.
The kit is then sorted and redistributed to partnered organisations within the UK and around the world, who can put it to great use in their communities.