Hanover Park Cricket Club is a Registered Non-Profit (176-964) and Public Benefit Organisation. The Club strives to impact its members through sports education. It is committed to teaching cricket to restore dignity and a sense of belonging to their community. The sport is a unifying catalyst, helping to curb the gangsterism, violence, and drugs in Hanover Park and its surrounding areas. Steeped in the belief that sports education can lead to positive change, the cricket organization operates with up to 6000 learners. The Club comprises three senior teams, a women’s side, and nine junior teams playing in the Western Province Cricket Association leagues and serving as a cricket School program within four local schools from Mondays to Thursdays on a minimal budget.
The Club’s purpose is all about impacting the lives of its members by creating sustainable employment via coaching, administration, umpiring, and management to help restore dignity and a sense of belonging and quality of life. Their various “Breaking Boundaries Interventions” expose these young talented players (boys and girls) to the international arena and to allow them of a lifetime to develop all their skills, travel abroad, and to become well-rounded individuals. Overall, the Club has ambitions and intentions they would love to achieve but need financial aid.