Time running out to RSVP for the guest list at Wormsley. The Lillywhite Foundation and The Lords Taverners will be running the prestigious 8 a side tournament once again in the stunning grounds of the Getty Estate.
May 18th sees the Lillywhite Foundation Cricket team in action at the stunning Wormsley Cricket Ground in the grounds of the Getty Estate. With a Hutton and a Cowdrey in the team we are looking to improve on last year.
Another wonderful lunch arranged by Under The Posts saw British Boxing Legend Frank Bruno lend his considerable weight to the fund raising activity
Huge thanks to the gentleman that paid £2,000 for the Harry Kane signed shirt donated by Lillywhite International.
Next up we have a Jimmy Greaves signed collection including a copy of his original Spurs contract.
Glenn Hoddle, former Spurs and England legend, entertained the crowd at Balls Brothers as Under The Posts and The Lillywhite Foundation enjoyed another great event.
Former Spurs legend John Pratt was also there to lend voice to Glenn's anecdotes and insights. Expertly hosted as ever by our very own Paul Coyte and glued together by former England Cricket Captain Chris Cowdrey the evening was a wonderful success with over £3,000 raised for the Lillywhite Foundation. A signed Harry Kane shirt was just one of the great items that generous guests bought in the auction. We ran out of time and so fingers crossed Glenn will come back and do "part 2" in the future.
Our gratitude and thanks go to Glenn, John, Paul Coyte, Chris Cowdrey & Tony and the team at Under The Posts and of course to all the guests for helping to make the event such a success.
The Foundation is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with finance platform, Gravitas Finance LLC.
Gravitas will be donating significant sums from their own profits and also taking active participation in some of the projects.
Gravitas join 7ROCK UCITS Fund, and Lillywhite International as corporate partners.
The Foundation was delighted to benefit from a wonderful lunch with our very own Ossie Ardiles & Arsenal legend Ray Parlour. Paul Coyte & Chris Cowdrey hosted proceedings, with TalkSports Mike Parry also joining in.
A generous donation from Ossie of a signed Maradona shirt, and LIL's donation of a beautiful limited edition book "Drawing the 92" saw over £3,000 raised.
ENORMOUS thanks to Dave Vilka who bid a generous £1,000 for a PBCC Cricket Shirt signed by Chris Cowdrey, Sir Garfield Sobers, Mike Gatting, Angus Fraser, Sean Pollock, Graeme Swann, Geoff Miller, Barry Richards, Michael Holding, Shane Warne, Michael Vaughan, Sir Ian Botham & David Gower. The generous donation for this unique piece of cricket memorabilia is gratefully received.
The Lillywhite Foundation was delighted to present Mik Stary and Chris Pearce of Kriket Academie with a cheque for £2,000
The funds will allow the Kriket Academie to continue its excellent work running cricket coaching & summer camps for school children.
We are delighted to increase our partnership with charity event specialists Under The Posts. Throughout 2018 we will be holding a number of events with UTP.
UTP have helped raise over £3m for their supported charities and The Lillywhite Foundation is delighted to be working with Tony and the team at UTP through 2018.
Many thanks to Gibraltar based Pension Trustees, EFPG, for their fantastic and generous £2,000 donation.
The Foundation is very grateful for their support.
Match worn South Africa ODI shirt from Hashim Amla. Kindly donated by SA legend Shaun Pollock. This signed shirt is being auctioned to raise funds for the Foundation. email to make a bid.
The legendary Sir Garfield Sobers presents Foundation Trustee, Ian, with a cheque for £5,000 raised through events with our partners Under The Posts
Legendary Football commentator, John Motson OBE, enthralled the crowd with his stories from 50 years of the BBC at a lunch which helped the Lillywhite Foundation
Spurs & Argentina legends, Ossie Ardiles & Ricky Villa held a lunch in aid of the Foundation. Ossie is a patron of the charity and together with his old friend Ricardo Villa entertained a packed house with wonderful stories.
Our Q&A host, Spurs very own Paul Coyte, brought the best out of the two footballing legends and a tremendous lunch raised over £5,000.
The queue for photos at the end was unprecedented and we give our immense thanks to both Ossie & Ricky for their time and patience
After months of hard work, the Foundation is launched ... the first part of our vision.
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