Porse to provide free childcare for ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
15 March 2022
A passion for cricket has inspired Rrahul Dosshi, (the owner of Porse), to do his bit in making sure parents watching the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup matches at the venue can do so with the worry of childcare.

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

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