Torquay Cricket Club has chosen Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT) as their Charity of the Year for the 2014 season. From the exciting matches to the many other activities they host, such as club nights, part of the proceeds from these events will go to Devon Air Ambulance Trust.
Supporting a local charity is part of the Club’s ethos, as they stand by the importance of community responsibility. Robert Dickinson (pictured right, with Tracy Owen of Devon Air Ambulance Trust), President of the club, says, “Torquay Cricket Club is very pleased to identify DAAT as our Charity of the Year for 2014. As a Club we like to support worthy local causes as part of our community involvement”.
This emphasis on the community footprint is what drives the Club’s members to not only inspire new young cricketers to reach their full potential, but to be a part of giving back to the locality.
Caroline Creer, Fundraising Director at Devon Air Ambulance Trust, says, “We would like to thank Torquay Cricket Club for choosing us as their Charity of the Year. They truly understand the importance of supporting the community, and we wish them the best of luck for this 2014 season”.