Join us this Thursday evening, as we host our #IWD2021 special 'Conversations with Chris Kirkland' Football panel discussion event, and hear from current and former footballers.
Supporting the community isn’t new for LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours - yet the requirement throughout the pandemic for even the most basic of needs has become the main focus for the staff and volunteers. Social isolation, food poverty and wellbeing were soon identified as the three main areas of need in the local community when the lockdown begun last March.
Liverpool Football Club will mark International Women's Day with a range of activities focused around this year's theme, #ChoosetoChallenge, today.
LFC’s Red Neighbours team and LFC Foundation Community Representative, Chris Kirkland have been assisting Anfield bakery, Homebaked, with the delivery of food parcels to local families.
A cash jackpot and a signed Andy Robertson home shirt are up for grabs in Sunday's LFC Lotto Draw.
This International Women's Day, join us at 11am as we hear from local entrepreneurs and professionals across the Sports Charity and Business sectors.
A cash jackpot and a signed James Milner home shirt are up for grabs in Thursday's LFC Lotto Superdraw.
The LFC Foundation are pleased to announce a free, open-to-all mental health workshops, tailored to students this Thursday 4 March.
The Reds’ official charity, LFC Foundation, has promoted its current director Matt Parish to the new role of chief executive officer.
A series of FREE Virtual Sessions (via Zoom) - Hear from industry leaders in recruitment talking about their career, route into recruitment and offering advice and guidance about interviews, careers and the current recruitment landscape.
Last Friday, participants and families from LFC Foundation’s Kicks Inclusion programme were invited to a virtual pizza baking night, hosted by the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Assocation (LDSA).
Brett Duffy joined LFC Foundation's volunteering programme in February 2018 after moving to Liverpool for university, and credits the scheme with being a huge part of his personal growth in the last three years.