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ICC partners with Unicef

  • Published at 06:48 pm April 17th, 2019
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#OneDay4Children ambassador Nasser Hussain and England all-rounder Chris Woakes, launched the tournament-wide campaign focussed on bringing the world of cricket together as one team to help build a better world for every child

There will be #OneDay4Children activity throughout all 48 matches of the event, peaking with a day of celebration during the England v India game on 30 June in Edgbaston

The ICC Cricket for Good, in partnership with Unicef, Tuesday announced #OneDay4Children at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. 

#OneDay4Children ambassador Nasser Hussain and England all-rounder Chris Woakes, launched the tournament-wide campaign focussed on bringing the world of cricket together as one team to help build a better world for every child.

There will be #OneDay4Children activity throughout all 48 matches of the event, peaking with a day of celebration during the England v India game on 30 June in Edgbaston.

The money raised will support Unicef’s work in cricket playing nations to help children learn to play and be healthy.

The #OneDay4Children match will be special, with the players, the sell-out crowd and global audience all playing a part in the celebrations. 

Edgbaston will turn blue whilst players will support the campaign with special one off #OD4C branded kit. 

Celebrities and legends of the game will join the action with unique activations and fundraising both in stadium and across the live broadcast.