Unity Cricket COVID19 Funding Appeal, Nottingham

by Notts Unity Casuals Cric in Lenton Lane Industrial Estate, England, United Kingdom

Unity Cricket COVID19 Funding Appeal, Nottingham

Total raised £10,416

raised so far



NottsUnityCasuals CC needs your help to survive. We need to make up the lost revenue lost from match, membership fees because of COVID 19

by Notts Unity Casuals Cric in Lenton Lane Industrial Estate, England, United Kingdom

We're still collecting donations

On the 22nd August 2020 we'd raised £10,416 with 55 supporters in 56 days. But as every pound matters, we're continuing to collect donations from supporters.

 New stretch target

We will use the extra funds to replace our 50 year old cricket nets, upgrade our changing rooms and buy mutch needed ground maintenace equipment to make the life of John (Trustee and Cricket lover) who voluntarily looks after our facilities giving up 1000s of hours of his time each year. The improvements we make will enable us to help even more people participate in the great game of cricket. 

Notts Unity Casuals has a history going back for 120 years. The club over the years has produced and developed several county and international cricketers as well as professional sports people. We could never have imagined, Covid-19 would mean no cricket at our club for the very first time at our ground. 


It has been very hard to tell many of our young players, who find themselves being confined to their homes, we are not allowed to play or hold cricket practice sessions at our club. Unfortunately, we are living in some challenging times, what is more important than cricket is the lives of our Notts Unity Casuals Family.

We were hoping for an exciting start to our season with many new friends joining us to help our cricket club develop, all this is now on hold as we try to cover our costs and limit the financial impact of COVID-19 on our club. Whilst there is no cricket, we still need to continue covering our financial costs for utilities, maintenance of our playing facilities, building and repairs to our outdoor nets and water rates. Because we own our club rather then rent it, we have to ensure we continue to cover our insurance costs and sadly this year we have lost the income we normally receive from the hire of our facilities to the football club and other cricket teams. 

Asif has managed to access some funds from the ECB and continues to provide financial support to our club. However, it is not enough to cover our costs. Sport England have recently announced a scheme where they will match fund any amount up to £10,000 raised by a club using crowd funder. This is a really exciting opportunity for us to raise the funds we need to ensure our club can continue providing people the opportunity to play cricket and develop future players for generations to come. We are asking existing members to donate their membership fees for next year and for past members to donate whatever they can afford. We ask all cricket loving people across the world to donate to this important cause, your support will be greatly appreciated. Any donations we receive will be doubled without out any extra effort. Please play your part in helping us reach the maximum amount of £10,000 and help us to purchase much ne1593265968_entrance_gate.jpgeded maintenance equipment as well as cover our running costs.1593266213_nets_photo.jpg



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£50 or more

£100 Reward

Membership for junior players upto the age of 18yrs

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