The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation is pleased to publish its annual report for the year ended December 2021.

The report highlights what was a transformative year for the Foundation as the organisation began to come out the other side of the pandemic with the community work delivered by YCF having never been more important with the need across the county having increased significantly.

Yorkshire Cricket Foundation Annual Report 2021

The report shows the positive impact its four themes of work: Education. Health & Wellbeing, Heritage & Participation, has had on the lives of people across Yorkshire.

In 2020/2021:

23,207 people benefitted from Yorkshire Cricket Foundation across 31 programmes

14,696 meals were delivered to young people

8,349 young people were supported through our Participation programmes

6,690 hours contributed by NCS participants contributing towards helping their community

Will Saville, Managing Director for Yorkshire Cricket Foundation, said: “In the face of the continued challenges presented by COVID-19, I am extremely proud of what we were able to achieve for communities across Yorkshire last year.

“Our work focuses on underrepresented groups and providing opportunities to those that often wouldn’t be able to access them otherwise, as we continue to strive for our vision of “Community without Boundaries”.

“Our programmes and training used the power of cricket to support more than 23,000 people across the region.

“We owe huge thanks to our amazing funders, supporters and partners who share our vision, make our work possible and challenge us to do more.”

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