Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce The Felix Project as the club's new official charity partner.
The Felix Project is a charity that aims to reduce food waste and food poverty by collecting food from retailers across London and distributing it free of charge to charities across the capital to provide to people in need.
Middlesex CEO Richard Goatley said...
“We are absolutely delighted that the Felix Project have agreed to join us as our official charity partner.
“It is an incredibly dynamic charity which provides a real and direct benefit to people of need in Middlesex. The passion of the founders in growing the organisation is infectious and they are exactly the sort of people we love working with.
“There are many exciting ways we will work together: from traditional fund raising at matches, to ensuring all our staff and players spend some time actually delivering the food.
“I am sure that the whole of the Middlesex supporter base will get behind this fantastic partnership.”
Felix Project founder Jane Byam Shaw added...
“The obvious sincerity and passion of Middlesex’s commitment to the community and The Felix Project makes this a really rewarding partnership for us. I think it will set a standard for others to emulate.”
For more information on the Felix Project please contact Jane at [email protected].