Charity partners


The Hornsby Professional Cricketers' Charity


The Hornsby Professional Cricketers Charity is run along similar lines to the Professional Cricketers’ Charity.

The Charity was set up in 1955 by John Hornsby and has several well known cricketing names acting as Trustees including Roger Knight, Mickey Stewart and David Collier.

It already looks after up to 12 people and helps in many ways, including holidays and healthcare.

Its primary aim is to assist players, or past players, who may be struggling with issues that life can throw up. Invariably, people who fall upon hard times are reluctant to ask for help.

Perhaps you know somebody who could do with help in some way?




The Tom Maynard Trust


The Tom Maynard Trust was set up initially to help the development of aspiring disadvantaged cricketers and other sportspeople who require support with different aspects of their career development, including bursaries, help with training and education, financial support for overseas placements and assistance with kit and equipment. Its work now includes support for education and development programmes across a number of professional sports and the running of an annual Tom Maynard Academy in Spain.