MCC Foundation (Marylebone Cricket Club Foundation)

Founded in 1993, the MCC Foundation (MCCF) is the charitable arm of Marylebone Cricket Club and aims to transform lives through cricket.

Based at Lord's Cricket Ground in London, we are a cricket charity delivering projects across the UK and around the world. We provide free coaching and matchplay in order to empower all boys and girls to reach their full potential in the game, to unite and inspire communities, and to promote physical and mental well-being.

In the UK,  MCCF runs a network of 126 cricket Hubs across the UK, providing free-to-access coaching, match play and support for mental and physical wellbeing to around 4,000 state-educated boys and girls, many from under-represented backgrounds and hard-to-reach communities. Throughout summer, it runs a National Hub Competition with boys' and girls' finals held on the Main Ground at Lord's.

Overseas, MCCF works with partners to provide life-changing opportunities through cricket, to open up access to the game and to provide hope and opportunity. The Foundation supports inspiring cricket projects for thousands of beneficiaries across East Africa (Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya), Lebanon (for Syrian refugees), Nepal, Serbia (for Afghan refugees) and South Africa.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:

Entry in Charity Film Awards 2024

Entries in previous Charity Film Awards