The LFC Foundation, official charity of Liverpool Football Club, has donated £15,000 to the Owen McVeigh Foundation.
LFC Foundation is bringing together a group of leading figures from across the Liverpool City Region to form a new Advisory Board for the Club’s charity.
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On Sunday 1st August, LFC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks programme held a pre-season U17’s football tournament, in partnership with Sefton Council. Using the power of football to bring together young people from across Merseyside, the aim of the tournament was to raise awareness of the impact of knife crime.
LFC Foundation and global children's charity Right To Play are urgently seeking funding for their Side by Side communities in Thailand as the country experiences a devastating fourth wave of coronavirus.
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LFC Foundation’s new TAA Football Sessions have proved a popular choice with local youngsters since its launch in April.
Liverpool Football Club’s community teams will provide food support to almost 9, 000 people in their local communities throughout the summer holidays.
On Saturday 17 July, the LFC Foundation held its annual Pride Tournament – an inclusive football tournament for individuals and teams, both from the LGBTQ+ community and its allies, to celebrate LCR’s pride month.
In July 2020, The LFC Foundation announced that it would be joining forces with Robbie Fowler’s Education and Football Academy (FEFA) to create the LFC Foundation and Fowler Academy Partnership. Fowler Academy, who are nationally recognised as specialists in football and education, offer a range of football and education opportunities for young people aged 16-19 to prepare them for their next career step.
A team of staff from LFC Foundation are set to abseil down Liverpool Cathedral to raise money for the Owen McVeigh Foundation.
Cycling Guinness World Record holder Gordon Miller will lead an inspirational bike ride, The Premier League & Euro 2020 Cycling Tour, from 27 June-11 July 2021, during Euro 2021. The approximately 1,000 mile ride will visit the 20 English Premier League football clubs to raise awareness of modern slavery and child trafficking in sport.