We have secured a deal with organisers of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup to provide free supervised childcare service at the venues while parents watch matches.
Eight teams – New Zealand, India, South Africa, Pakistan, England, Bangladesh, Australia, West Indies – will be playing 31 matches over 31 days at various host cities throughout the country starting Friday, March 4.
Every host stadium during the four-week tournament will have a pop-up childcare service available to look after the little ones while their parents and caregivers watch the World Cup games.
This sponsorship represents two passions for Dosshi – cricket and encouraging more children and families into sport.
“The benefits of being active are well documented and we are committed at our childcare centres and also in our in-home services, to encourage our tamariki to be engaged in sport. Whether that’s kicking a ball around or picking up a little cricket bat, we see the physical and emotional benefits in children.”
Read the full press release here on stuff.co.nz