Steve Wharton's Parachute Jump

by Steve Wharton in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom

Total raised £480

Gift Aid
+ est. £85.00
£750 target 14 days left
64% 16 supporters
Keep what you raise – this project will receive all pledges made by 9th July 2024 at 6:43am

Raising money for a new net system for Stony Stratford Cricket Club

My name is Steve Wharton, and I have been a proud member of Stony Stratford Cricket Club since I was 13 years old. Now, as the Head of Junior Cricket, I am deeply passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of the kids who play at our club.

On Sunday, 25th August, I will be undertaking an exciting and daring challenge: a parachute jump! I am doing this to raise funds for a cause that is very close to my heart – improving our club’s training facilities. We need to raise £58,000 to invest in new training nets, which will greatly enhance the experience and development of all our players, from the youngest juniors to our senior members.

Having grown up at this club, I know firsthand how crucial good training facilities are. They not only help players improve their skills but also foster a love for the game. As a coach and a father, I am committed to providing the best possible environment for our children to learn, grow, and enjoy cricket.

Your support means the world to me and to everyone at Stony Stratford CC. Every donation, big or small, will bring us one step closer to our goal. By contributing, you will be helping to create a better, safer, and more effective training environment for all our players.

Thank you for your generosity and for supporting this journey. Together, we can make a lasting impact on our community and ensure that our club continues to thrive for years to come.

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