Churchill Press and The Bradman Museum Present
A Club Fundraiser with Big Appeal
How your club can raise funds this season through the power of cricket stories!
Two acclaimed new books from Churchill Press and the Bradman Museum, featuring legends Justin Langer and Shane Warne, present the perfect community cricket fundraiser for your club in 2021/22.
In the stunningly illustrated Cricket – The Aussie Way! ‘JL’ helps a new kids’ team, the Kangaroos, to navigate the struggles of junior cricket – imparting them with not only skills and training tips, but the values of mateship, pride in effort, fair play, honesty, integrity, patience, courage and modesty.
Renowned sports journalist Mike Coward captures cricket’s enduring symbol of the Australian spirit in Warne Worn, recounting the story of how Baggy Green No. 350 became a rallying point for the country’s response to the devastating Black Summer bushfires of 2019/20. The book traces the cap’s nation-wide journey to its permanent home at the Bradman Museum in Bowral, and features stories of 21 other men and women who have donated their Baggy Greens to the museum – from Sir Donald Bradman to Belinda Clark.
Now, your community club has the chance to share these unique cricket books with players, families and supporters.
With a 50% discount on each book’s $19.99 RRP, you can raise up to $10 per book sold for your club (books ordered in boxes of 40 copies).
There are no upfront costs or risks – this is a ‘sale or return’ opportunity.
Nutrien Water (formerly Total Eden) have generously partnered in this initiative, and their 14 WA store locations are available as pick-up points (see form below).
(Payment via EFT transfer, as outlined in confirmation email when order is processed.)
Please fill in the form below, and we will contact you to confirm box pick-up availability times.
For any enquiries, please contact Andrea Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org