A minimum donation of £150 will secure you a fantastic ‘Hall of Fame’ print and allow the British Red Cross to carry on our vital work in the UK and globally.
P+P (UK only) £7
Print dimensions; 61cm x 79cm x 3cm
Download and complete the PDF form above and return to:
British Red Cross,
London, EC2Y 9AL
Exclusively produced for the British Red Cross, these ‘Hall of Fame’ prints are perfect for any cricket maniac and together with Cricket World, the British Red Cross is offering you the opportunity to buy one.
Each and every print is individually hand signed by England cricket captains and sporting legends Ian Botham, Mike Gatting, David Gower and Graham Gooch. Additionally, biographies for each player have been written by former Prime Minister and avid cricket fan, John Major who also signed each print.
As well as Major’s astute, personal remarks on each player’s manner and technique, the prints feature an entertaining caricature of each captain.
As only 56 out of the original 200 limited edition prints produced for the British Red Cross remain, they have significant collector value due to their rarity. All prints are in their original frames and ready to be hung in any office, cricket clubhouse or pavilion and would make an excellent gift for any cricket enthusiast.
100% of all donations will go to the British Red Cross, who refuse to ignore people in crisis in the UK and abroad. Their work includes, but is not limited to, provision of essential aid in conflict zones, life-saving first aid training, disaster relief and, as the testament below illustrates, important refugee support.
Refugee Mohamed Arbab left his family in Sudan to try to find a new life for them abroad. After successfully claiming asylum in the UK Mohamed recalls: “I was very distressed and worried every day for my family… When the Red Cross said they could help, it meant so much to me – it meant we could all start a new life.” The family is now happily settled in Cardiff, but Mohamed will always be grateful for the help he received: “All of this would not have been possible without the Red Cross.”