Introducing Our New Strategy: 'Limitless Futures'

Chance to Shine launches ambitious new four-year strategy to provide cricket for all young people Read more

Independent study shows positive experience of cricket with Chance to Shine

An Independent study shows children in areas where cost is a barrier to participation have a positive experience of cricket with Chance to Shine Read more

Chance to Shine Awards 2023

Key members of the Chance to Shine network were celebrated for their commitment to inspiring young people through cricket during an emotional evening hosted by Elleanor Oldroyd at Lord’s in November. Read more

A joint statement on the findings of the ICEC Report

A joint statement from Chance to Shine, The ACE Programme and Lord's Taverners on the findings of the ICEC Report. Read more

Tim Score to take up the role as Chair of Chance to Shine

Chance to Shine are pleased to announce that Tim Score will take up the role as Chair of the charity from 1st September 2023. Read more

Chance to Shine Impact Report published

Chance to Shine has published its Impact Report for the 2021/22 academic year, where once again over half a million children have benefitted from the charity’s programmes. Read more

Cricket in the heart of Cardiff

In the capital of Wales, a new Street project is thriving. Read more

Leaving a Legacy with Chance to Shine

Last year we were honoured to receive a legacy from Kenneth George James. Kenneth’s friends, and executors of the will, Bill Boyes and Bob Baxter have shared their experience of setting up the legacy. Read more

Chance to Shine teams up with FabLittleBag

We've teamed up to break down the taboos around periods. Supplying 32 coach bags, which include organic pads, tampons and fab period disposable bags, for all Chance to Shine Girls Street projects. Read more

Eoin Morgan becomes Chance to Shine Trustee

Chance to Shine is delighted to announce the appointment of Eoin Morgan as a trustee. Read more

Stars from grassroots cricket recognised at Chance to Shine Awards 2022

Stars from grassroots cricket were recognised for their inspirational work during an the Chance to Shine Awards 2022 at Lord’s on Thursday 24th November. Read more

Chance to Shine partner with the Westminster Foundation

We are delighted to announce a 5-year partnership between the Westminster Foundation and Chance to Shine which will help us to strengthen and expand our work in both Westminster & Cheshire West. Read more

Chance to Shine sign Muslim Athlete Charter

We're delighted to become the first charity to sign the Muslim Athlete Charter in conjunction with Nujum Sports, reaffirming our commitment to making cricket a sport that welcomes all young people. Read more

Statement: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September 2022. Read more

We're aiming for a Street cricket boost

Chance to Shine have today announced their intention to create 100 additional Street cricket projects across the UK, giving thousands of young people the opportunity to access the sport for the first time. Read more

Our Street Cricket Appeal

We want to bring Street cricket to 100 new locations. Read more

Statement: Anshu Jain

Chance to Shine mourns the loss of much loved Trustee Read more

Blog: A Bat and A Ball, Across Thousands of Miles

During South Asian Heritage Month, Chance to Shine's Senior Impact and Evaluation Officer Zoya Zia discusses the importance of sport in connecting all of us. Read more

Blog: Six million stories

Laura Cordingley, Chance to Shine Chief Executive, speaks about what reaching six million children means for the charity. Read more

Chance to Shine reaches 6 Million

Chance to Shine reached a landmark milestone this week, as the organisation welcomed the 6 millionth participant to pass through its programmes. Read more

Carlos Brathwaite & Felix White visit Hackney School

For day 2 of National Cricket Week and Cricketing superstar Carlos Brathwaite & Tailender and former Maccabee Felix White visited a primary school in Hackney. Read more

It's National Cricket Week

Pupils all over the country, from Newquay to Newcastle, are enjoying a week of cricket-themed activity in the classroom and on the playground as part of National Cricket Week. Read more

Wong and Bell debut for England

Lauren Bell and Issy Wong have today (Monday 27th June) become the first full Chance to Shine participants to play for England. Read more