24th May: Mumbai Indians v R. Royals, 14:30 GMT
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Warwickshire and England star, Jonathan Trott, will take part in a fundraising drive for Cure Leukaemia during this Sunday's (8 July) Friends Life t20 match between the Bears and the Welsh Dragons at Edgbaston, as he attempts to raise the most amount of money ever, using JustTextGiving by Vodafone.
As part of his activity during the interval, Trott will take part in a special on-pitch Q&A, answering questions about life as a cricketer and encouraging fans to donate 'in the moment' via text.
Trott, currently on England duty in the NatWest Series versus Australia said: "I am delighted to be at my home ground to help support such a great Birmingham based charity as Cure Leukaemia. The charity helps saves lives and I urge as many supporters to try and raise as much money to help make a real difference.
"We are using the power of text messaging today to raise money for Cure Leukaemia, as almost everyone here at Edgbaston will have a mobile phone with them. By donating through JustTextGiving by Vodafone, the text is free on all networks and 100% of the donation will go to the charity, so please text CURE05 £3 to 70070. You can also easily add Gift Aid, so the charity gets another 25%."
Warwickshire CCC is also be donating some special prizes to the fans during the game, including six children's places on a batting masterclass with Jonathan as well as an England shirt also signed by Jonathan. To buy a ticket for the game visit http://www.edgbaston.com/tickets