Eight-year-old Reds fanatic, Daniel from Coppull in Lancashire, has been crowned the winner of the LFC Foundation’s 'Big Red LFC Design Competition’.
LFC Foundation will be showcasing the work of its valued volunteers this week in celebration of national Volunteers' Week 2020.
LFC Foundation has donated Reds merchandise, including mugs and lanyards, to Mersey Care staff who are currently shielding due to COVID-19.
Liverpool FC today remembers the 39 football fans who lost their lives at Heysel Stadium in Belgium on this day 35 years ago.
Liverpool FC has teamed up with Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service to deliver hampers of goodies to key workers at the Liverpool University Hospital Foundation Trust.
LFC Foundation has launched a new employability support service for people across the Liverpool City Region who have been made redundant or are at risk due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Enter this week's LFC Lotto for the chance to win special prizes and raise important funds for LFC Foundation and the club's Emergency Foodbank Appeal.
The Reds' official charity, LFC Foundation, has received two generous donations totalling £50,000, which will help support its mental health projects and COVID-19 community response work.
LFC Foundation’s Military Veterans have challenged themselves to complete a distance of more than 6,000 miles, the equivalent of travelling from Anfield Stadium to the home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park, through a collective effort of jogging, cycling and walking.
During April, LFC Foundation announced four upcoming online lottery draws, each of which will be drawn at 3pm, with consecutive draws going live to enter once the previous draw has been made.
The LFC Foundation has launched the ‘Big Red LFC Design Competition’ which calls on young Reds fans and their families to come together to design a special charity collection in aid of the LFC Foundation and NHS Charities Together.
Liverpool FC staff volunteers have been working alongside the club’s community programme, Red Neighbours, and its official charity, LFC Foundation, to help local people throughout the city during the coronavirus pandemic.