City Harvest x Cheshire Phoenix | 26th January 2023 | Copper Box Arena

City Harvest x Cheshire Phoenix 26th January 2023 @ The Copper Box Arena

The London Lions and City Harvest have reignited their partnership to help fight against food waste and poverty in the capital city.

The partnership, launched on Tuesday, 1st November 2022 for the Lions’ EuroCup game against Budućnost VOLI at OVO Arena in Wembley, and was a success, raising £3,000 for impoverished people across London.

In this second edition of the partnership, Lions fans can attend the upcoming home clash against the Cheshire Phoenix on Thursday, 26th January, at 7:30 pm at the Copper Box Arena, in exchange for donating to City Harvest. All proceeds from the ticket sales will go to City Harvest.

General tickets are available for donations of £2, £5, and £10, whereas courtside and baseline tickets are available from £19. However, fans can also select a seat for FREE!

Walk-ins are free of charge, but we encourage you to donate.

Don't miss out on a special fulfilling evening, a top-level basketball clash vs Cheshire Phoenix, whilst we help address and combat London’s waste, inequality and isolation issues.

London Lions rookie Jonathan Komagum previously discussed the role free school meals played in his life as a youngster growing up in London:

“I grew up and lived in a place called Ferrier Estate which was in Kidbrooke and I attended Holy Family Primary School. I received free school meals when I was there because my father left when I was younger and so I was being raised by my mum and there were three other siblings so four children in total. Of course, my mum had four children to take care of and as a result of our circumstances we had free school meals.”

The 6’9” center, who recently represented Uganda, at the 2022 FIBA World Cup Qualifiers, also lamented the importance of the Lions' partnership with City Harvest:

“There is a lot of child poverty that is happening in England right now – caused by the cost of living crisis, prices going up and people not making enough money to allow them to get by. The crisis is very real and I feel that the London Lions partnership with City Harvest is a great thing as there are a lot of families in need for just the little things. When it comes to food, clothes, shelter, a lot families are finding it very tough, especially in London and hopefully this partnership will help that improve."

There are two options for how fans can secure a seat for tomorrow night:

  • Click here to make a donation of £2, £5 or £10*


A Ticketmaster handling fee will be applied per booking. Please note walk-ins are free of charge, but we encourage you to donate.

The London Lions will match the donations from fans up to £5,000

Remember that every £1 you donate to City Harvest delivers food for four meals.


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