The Premier League Inspires programme aims to inspire children and young people to develop personal sills and positive attitudes to succeed in life.
Liverpool FC players, staff and fans are coming together to celebrate and support the LGBT+ community through specially commissioned artwork, open discussion and high-profile exhibitions of allyship.
Liverpool FC, LFC Foundation and official club partner SC Johnson invited 400 school children to Anfield ahead of UK Recycling Week (October 17-23) to take part in educational activities around improving sustainability and recycling practices.
Liverpool Football Club is celebrating Black History Month throughout the month of October, with a variety of activity that highlights black history and the importance of racial equality to its staff, players, and fans.
A big congratulations to our September Champion of the Month winner Rosie as she becomes a national #iwill ambassador.
A spotlight on just a few of our Mental Health Programmes.
The LFC Foundation is supporting World Mental Health Day and its theme of ‘making mental health a global priority for all.’
Come and join us during October half term for lots of sport and football fun!
On Tuesday 27th September, we teamed up with the Alcantara Family Foundation to raise funds for the Greenhouse Project’s nursery and play area, based in Toxteth.
Congratulations to Rosie Smith, who is our winner of Champion of the Month for September!
Ted Morris, 58, of Halewood, has been named as Liverpool FC’s Community Captain in recognition of his incredible work leading the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association (LDSA).
It's not just the LFC Foundation who benefit from this charity match; meet the rest of our beneficiaries