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    Over 3,000 adults trained as ICC coaches.
  • Bowling AIDS out of Africa
    Bowling AIDS out of Africa Linking cricket to HIV/AIDS awareness.
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    Volunteer now We are looking for volunteers, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn.
  • Over 150,000 children
    Over 150,000 children coached in 9 African countries since 2005.

CWB volunteers celebrate Women in Sport Week


Gender equality is a fundamental development objective, and is essential to enabling women and men to participate equally in society. CWB sessions always encourage boys and girls to play together, and work to achieve this goal. The use of partnerships, communication and working together to achieve success is central to this message.


Unique volunteering opportunity to coach cricket and health in Africa


A unique opportunity to coach people in Africa to play cricket, while helping them to counter two of the biggest health risks in the world - HIV/AIDS and FGM - is now open to people across the country. The cricket development charity, Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) - fresh from a recent trip to Kenya coaching the Maasai Cricket Warriors - is looking to recruit new volunteers.



  • Help with monitoring and evaluation required

    Cricket Without Boundaries would not be in existence without the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. We have many volunteers in different roles in the UK but we are always looking for more help. As part of work to target our resources as effectively as possible, we are expanding Read More
  • Volunteers needed for HIV/AIDS and FGM awareness through Cricket

    In the last 10 years, the development charity Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) has trained over a quarter of a million children in 5 African countries. Alongside those children we have trained over 3500 adults as ICC cricket coaches. More importantly, through every one of those children and coaches, we have Read More
  • Charity run to #endfgm between Headingley and Old Trafford

    Despite only taking up running 18 months ago Jules Farman is about to take on a 60 mile run over the Pennines between Leeds and Manchester in 2.5 days to raise awareness about FGM. Read More
  • Ickenham Ladies 6 aside in aid of Cricket Without Boundaries

    On May Day Bank Holiday Monday, Ickenham Ladies CC held their annual 6 aside ladies cricket tournament raising money for their two chosen charities Cricket Without Boundaries and CURA UK. Read More
  • Second Kenya project to help end FGM

    Last year a team of anti-FGM campaigners from the charity 28 Too Many and Cricket Coaches from Cricket Without Boundaries, headed out to Laikipia, Kenya to help the Maasai Cricket Warriors in their mission to end the practice of FGM within their community. Read More
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Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK cricket development and AIDS awareness charity. It is run almost entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of its volunteers. Since its formation in 2005 CWB has become one of the world's leading Cricket Development and AIDS awareness charities. It is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket.

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Volunteer now

We are looking for general sports enthusiasts, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn. Each project will require 2 weeks to be spent in Africa and a weekend of training in the UK before departure. ​The projects will include working with local schools, delivery of HIV / Aids awareness messages, training local people as coaches, umpires and scorers and acting as a representative of CWB.