Chance to Shine partners with Youth Sport Trust

Chance to Shine and the Youth Sport Trust are delighted to announce a partnership, as the charities join forces to ensure more children can experience the life-changing benefits of sport. Read more

Programme Development - Expressions of Interest

Chance to Shine are seeking Expressions of Interest from organisations who will be able to actively support the charity in the creation of a range of resources to support the Primary Schools Programme and a 'Continued Professional Development' Programme for the Coaching Workforce. Read more

Chance to Shine give evidence to the House of Lords

The Chance to Shine Chief Executive, Laura Cordingley, gave evidence to the House of Lords National Plan for Sport and Recreation Committee on Wednesday 10 March. Read more

Digital Transformation - Expressions of Interest

Chance to Shine are seeking expressions of interest from companies who are willing to partner with the charity on an exciting digital transformation project around the Chance to Shine Portal. Read more

Chief Executive to give evidence to the House of Lords

Laura Cordingley will speak to the House of Lords National Plan for Sport and Recreation Committee on Wednesday 10 March. Read more

Cricket champions heralded at the Chance to Shine Awards

The Chance to Shine Awards moved online for the very time as the charity hosted its annual celebration last night (Thursday 26 November). Read more

Chance to Shine appoints new trustee

Chance to Shine is delighted to announce the appointment of Dana Abdulkarim as a trustee. Read more

Peckham Primary School celebrate Black History Month with Chris Jordan and Alex Tudor

England cricketers past and present surprised a Primary School in Peckham on Wednesday 21 October, as Chris Jordan and Alex Tudor helped national cricket charity Chance to Shine celebrate Black History Month. Read more

Shining a light on England’s Black cricketers

Chance to Shine has teamed up with Wisden to celebrate the work of England’s Black cricketers during Black History Month. Read more

Chance to Shine celebrates Black Britons in Black History Month

Chance to Shine is giving teachers the tools they need to celebrate cricket in Black History Month! There are free resources for primary and secondary schools. Read more

Chance to Shine Street needs your support

Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the communities where our Street Programmes take place. We need your help to raise £500,000 so we can continue to support young people as they return to sessions following lockdown. Read more

Chance to Shine returns to school

As pupils begin to return to school following the Covid-19 lockdown, Chance to Shine will be resuming delivery of the Schools programme. Read more

Chief Executive's Blog: Supporting girls from the playground to the boardroom

Laura Cordingley, Chance to Shine Chief Executive, speaks about the role sport can play in developing girls leadership skills setting them up to become CEOs of the future. Read more

New research builds blueprint for success to support teenage girls to play sport and develop as leaders

Commissioned by Chance to Shine and NatWest, research published into supporting teenage girls to take part in sport and to develop leadership skills. Read more

Raise funds for Chance to Shine in virtual MyRideLondon

The first ever virtual edition of Prudential RideLondon will be taking place on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 August and Chance to Shine is looking for riders to help raise funds to support the charities return to cricket delivery. Read more

England stars help celebrate virtual Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week

Current and former England Cricketers inspired children to get active through a series of virtual cricket sessions as part of Yorkshire Tea National Cricket Week. Read more

Chance to Shine Impact Report 2020 published

Chance to Shine has published its latest Impact Report, detailing the work of the charity during the 2018/19 Academic Year. The charity aims to develop the physical, mental, social and personal wellbeing of the thousands of children it works with every year. Read more

5 million not out: Chance to Shine celebrates 15th birthday with new milestone

As the national children’s cricket charity Chance to Shine turns 15 years old, it is announcing today (Thursday 21 May) that it has delivered coaching to its five millionth child. Read more

Laura Cordingley: "I had always really admired the charity's purpose and that it concentrated on doing a few things well"

As Chance to Shine celebrates 15 years since it's founding, Chief Executive Laura Cordingley spoke about what the charity means to her. Read more

Chance to Shine to celebrate 15 years spreading the power of cricket

This week, national children’s cricket charity Chance to Shine turns 15 years old. The charity, launched in 2005, was founded by Lord King of Lothbury; broadcaster Mark Nicholas and cricket equipment manufacturer Duncan Fearnley. Read more