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Programme Launch: Founded in late 2016, Rackets Cubed was developed with the excitement and enthusiasm of Michael Hill and Roehampton Members who wanted to make a difference to the Children in the local area as well as taking responsibility of the change in CSR for Clubs. Launched at the Roehampton club, the Rackets Cubed programme wanted to show Clubs, Schools, Universities and Performance Centres, that a simple and effective programme could work for all with Squash, Tennis and Table Tennis.

November 17, 2019

Imperial College Pilot Launched

November 17, 2019

Thank You Co-op Local Community Fund

September 10, 2019

Rackets Cubed – Jamie Murray Day

September 8, 2019

Please Support our Sat September 14th Tennis Fundraiser

September 8, 2019

Thank You The Wimbledon Foundation

September 8, 2019

Thank You St James’s Place Charitable Foundation

June 16, 2019

Thank You to our Amazing and Aspirational Hosting Partners

Working Together we can have much more impact We hope to build the concept to something very significant, and we couldn’t do it without you.
June 16, 2019

Thank You to our Amazing Funders

Thank You to our Amazing Funders Sports England, the National Lottery, the Sir John Cass Foundation and Russell Cooke Solicitors Working Together we can have much […]
June 7, 2019

Thank You Sir John Cass Foundation

Thank You Sir John Cass Foundation for funding our London programs Working together we can have a bigger impact Our aim is to significantly expand in […]
May 25, 2019

Annual Tennis Tournament and Dinner – Sat Sept 14th

Working Together – Saturday September 14th for the Annual Tennis Tournament and Dinner We now operate in 4 Cities with 7 fantastic hosting partners…we are scaling […]
March 30, 2019

Best Sports Charity Finalist

Rackets Cubed is very proud to be a finalist at the Sports Business Awards for BEST SPORTS CHARITY  Long way to go, but there is significant […]
March 30, 2019

Impact Snapshot

Rackets Cubed first Independent Impact Evaluation Report Roehampton University looked at Wellbeing, confidence, resilience, concentration and academic & sporting engagement of the programs Full Report to […]