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London Chess Classic Pro-Biz Cup

 

           
Vishy Anand   Vladimir Kramnik   Fabiano Caruana   Mickey Adams   Hikaru Nakamura   Nigel Short   Anish Giri
1,200   Russell Picot   1,000   Ali Mortazavi   Jeremy Hodgson   Justin Baptie   600

 

 

Sponsor Jeremy Hodgson here (paired with Hikaru Nakamura)
Sponsor Russell Picot here (paired with Vladimir Kramnik)

 


 

 

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How YOU can help

 

CSC is currently supported by a small number of donors. We are seeking further support so that we can ensure that the concept, which has been so well received in the participating schools, can be rolled out and that ultimately pupils at every primary school in England and Wales have the opportunity to benefit from chess lessons and clubs at their school. Our donors have pledged to match pound to pound every 1,000 plus donation to CSC up to a limit of 250,000.

 

    With matched funding:
 

  • 150 supplies equipment for five years to 200 children

 

  • 1,000 supplies coaching and equipment for one year to 2 schools and 200 children

 

  • 10,000 supplies coaching and equipment for one year to 20 schools and 2000 children

 

  • 25,000 supplies a one year programme including coaching and equipment in a borough to a minimum of 50 schools and 5000 children

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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