Cavaliers Tsunami Fund
The Fund was set up to build as many homes and help the Tsunami Victims,
by the Cavaliers. Whilst some work has been done the need in Sri Lanka is for a further 40,000 homes to house the half a million people who
were made homeless by the disaster.
The Fund will be maintained independently of the Main Club, however the
Club will help in all fund raising activities. The fund will be registered as a charity in the near future.
Trustees / Management Committee
Partner of one of Suttons oldest Chartered Accountancy Practices, Maurice Andrews. Mike lives in Sutton Surrey.
Mike is an avid
Cricket enthusiast. Rumoured, that he still plays cricket with his two exceptionally talented cricketing sons who play for
visited Sri Lanka many times and is a great follower of Sri Lanka Cricket. Been a Cavalier for many years and is one
of the most enthusiastic supporters of the concept of building homes for the victims.
association with Sri Lanka started in the 1960’s. A former Chartered Town planner visited Sri Lanka many times. He was directly involved in the construction of the Victoria Dam and the Colombo Canal.
has many friends in Sri Lanka and sees them regularly. Avid cricket fan and is delighted to combine his love for Sri Lanka, Cricket and helping
the needy. Tim is a resident of Epsom Surrey. A new Cavalier member.
Management Accountant, resident in Great Britain since 1964. He was the Chairman, Managing Director, Director of many Public and Private Companies
in the United Kingdom. He is the founding President of the Cavaliers, lives in Epsom Downs Surrey.
Played cricket in both in Sri
Lanka and England and is a great follower
of the game. Lakhi, formerly a member of the board of representatives of Sri Lanka Cricket in UK
has helped Sri Lanka Cricket in numerous ways.