Do your bit for charity and support Rainbow Trust this Christmas

Monday 14th December 2009

Kent County Cricket Club is pleased to be working closely with Rainbow Trust children“s charity this Christmas.

About Rainbow Trust Children“s Charity
Rainbow Trust children“s charity provides a unique and special service to families when their child is diagnosed with a life threatening or terminal illness. The charity offers practical and emotional help through eight teams of Family Support Workers, aiming to maintain a sense of normality and keep families together. Rainbow Trust offers support at any stage of illness, from diagnosis, during treatment and throughout bereavement.

Their work in Kent
Rainbow Trust children“s charity were very fortunate to benefit from Matt Walker“s benefit season in 2008, while Kent captain Rob Key supported their Rainbow Cuban Ball in 2008 and UK Bus Awards in 2009. Rainbow Trust currently supports 20 families in the Kent area with their Family Support Workers.

This year, Rainbow Trust is asking Kent supporters to buy a physical Rainbow Cracker for £5. Every cracker includes a hat, joke, a mint humbug and a little fridge magnet. 1 in 10 physical crackers randomly hold a gift worth £4.50 from Tisserand.

Inside the cracker is a unique number that, when entered at, registers the supporter into the competition. Supporters buying the e-cracker are automatically entered for a chance to win one of a number of star prizes. A list of all the prizes can be found online.

The competition closes on January 2, 2010. Full details can be found online at

Do your bit for charity this year andgive your supportto Rainbow Trust children“s charity.