Cricfit Premier League has joined hands with letsallhelp.org as their partners in social change for the inaugural edition of the tournament. Aimed to give the young cricketers a taste of league cricket, the competition will start from January 14 and will run until January 29 at the Thakur Village Cricket Stadium in Kandivali, East Mumbai.
Meanwhile, letsallhelp.org is a non-profit organization based in Mumbai, which aims to make India hunger-free and disease-free by impacting the lives of underprivileged children, men, women, and elderly citizens of our country.
Letsallhelp.org joins Cricfit Premier League
They along with the organisers of the Cricfit Premier League have pledged to fund the registration fees of the four participating U-19 girl’s teams in the inaugural edition of the tournament. Besides, they will sponsor the apparel of all the women cricketers participating in the league along with providing them with foods and beverages for all those involved with the side.
All the matches will be telecasted live on YouTube and Facebook for viewers across the globe. Changemaker and Founder of letsallhelp.org Premal Shah seemed extremely elated with the new venture and stated that it is an opportunity for them to bring an actual change in the lives of women cricketers.
“It is an honour and privilege for us at letsallhelp.org, to be associated with Cricket Premier League. Supporting young girls under the age of 19 is not just a social cause for us, but an opportunity to contribute towards bringing an actual change in their lives,” Premal Shah, changemaker and founder of letsallhelp.org said.