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SDG Impact Fund revealed as title sponsor for FairBreak Invitational T20 Tournament 2022

SDG Impact Fund has been announced as the title sponsor the the inaugural FairBreak Invitational T20 Tournament in Dubai in early May.

This forward-thinking company is a world leader in regenerative philanthropic impact and is currently fulfilling a commitment to the UNs 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a plan of action for people , the planet, and property. Their ultimate goals are to bridge the gap between the world of charitable giving and catalytic finance and use the legal parameters of donor advised funds un a way that can make giving flexible, transformative and regenerative. It is a focus on making giving more accessible.

“This is a sensational partnership. The aims of SDG Impact Fund and FairBreak align perfectly. We have a mutual belief in gender equality, and a shared mindset for a world where all people have fair and equal access to opportunities. I look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship,” - Shaun Martyn, CEO and Founder of FairBreak Global.

Grants from SDG are provided to aid with domestic/international development, domestic and foreign crisis, innovative programmes, and securing operational activities of charitable organisations in order to ensure their longevity.

The international longevity goals of SDG Impact Fun align perfectly with the ethos of FairBreak which seeks to provide opportunities to international and domestic players from all over the globe while providing a platform to make a sustainable future for players and nations in women's sport.

”Our focus from the founding of our organisation has been on serving the underserved, as we work closely with our benefactors and their philanthropic interests globally. Here at the SDG Impact Fund, we truly believe that we are called to build global alliances for good, whether that be through education, humanitarian work, or sport. The FairBreak leadership team’s timing could not have been better. Their focus on equality in sport is not only rare, but to be commended. We simply could not pass up the opportunity to join them in this breakthrough effort. We’re excited to work alongside such a talented and spirited team, and we look forward to an amazing relationship for years to come.” - Tony Suber, Chairman and Co-founder of SDG Impact Fund

The inaugural FairBreak Global Invitational tournament will take place in Dubai from 1 - 15 May and encompasses players from all over the world - both full and associate ICC Nations.

It is the first privately funded tournament in women's cricket history and is set to be a demonstration of the global movement to promote equality for all in cricket and beyond.

Players from 36 countries will come together to form six mixed teams playing 19 games of cricket across the fortnight.

While teams and players have not yet all been revealed, it was announced this week that the Barmy Army would be sponsoring a team that includes the likes of Brazilian captain Roberta Moretti Avery, West Indies super start Deandre Dottin, and Hong Kong all-rounder Ruchi Venkatesh.

To learn more about this incredible tournament, you can find FairBreak Global on Twitter @FairBreakGlobal


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