Scotland’s cricket charity

Life changing moments are what makes sport so magical – at any level.

Beyond Boundaries has begun transforming lives through funding programmes such as tournaments and camps which bring cricket, in all its forms, to young, disadvantaged and underrepresented people. 

Last year was an extraordinary year for Scottish cricket with the Scotland men’s historic win against England and the women’s  team being ranked 11th in the world for T20.   Moments like these inspire the next generation (and the existing one!) and demonstrate there are no boundaries to achievement for anyone. 

Taking this passion and using it to spread sport wider, with a focus on inclusivity, is what we do, but we need funds to make it happen.  If we can help more people, regardless of race, gender, ability or age, to push beyond their boundaries, then we’ll all be winners. 

 
 

 

Keith Wilson, Chair of Beyond Boundaries, presents a cheque to A&M to support their holiday clubs in Glasgow
Keith Wilson, Chair of Beyond Boundaries, presents a cheque to A&M to support their holiday clubs in Glasgow
Aileen Campbell, the Scottish Minister for Public Health and Sport launches Beyond Boundaries with players from the Scottish Wildcats (the Scottish women’s team)
Aileen Campbell, former Scottish Minister for Public Health and Sport launches Beyond Boundaries with players from the Scottish Wildcats (the Scottish women’s team)

Helping to launch the charity in 2017, Aileen Campbell, the then Scottish Sports and Public Health Minister said:

“One of my top priorities as Sports Minister is to encourage more sports participation from groups that are currently under-represented. Beyond Boundaries is using cricket to do exactly this, so I’m delighted to support its launch and I look forward to seeing the results.”

Well being, inclusion and teamwork through the fun of cricket are at the heart of Beyond Boundaries’ aims.