LFC Foundation has launched a new fundraising initiative, calling on the power and passion of Liverpool fans to make a real difference to communities in need.

Under the banner of Challenge Reds, the club’s official charity will support fans to take on a series of challenges to help raise life-changing funds.

Challenge Reds is a brand-new initiative, championing a range of events and inspiring supporters to fundraise on behalf of LFC Foundation.

Fans can join the team of fellow Reds taking on challenges including the London to Paris cycle, Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, Run for the 96 5K, Liverpool Cathedral Abseil and more.

By being part of Challenge Reds, Liverpool fans will be supporting LFC Foundation’s work in areas of high need and deprivation across the Liverpool City Region and beyond, delivering programmes to more than 28,000 children and young people every year.

Matt Parish, director of LFC Foundation, said: “We are delighted to launch our new fundraising campaign, Challenge Reds. I am always incredibly impressed by the way Liverpool fans come together to help others, and I am particularly looking forward to celebrating the personal achievements of the fans that take on these challenges.

“The events are fun and will offer a challenge that some fans might not have experienced before. You will be joining the greatest football family in the world and we will be there to support you through every step of your fundraising journey.”

Challenge Reds’ 2020 schedule of events

  • Mersey Tunnel 10K – April 19
  • Run for the 96 5K and Virtual Run for the 96 – May 16
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon – May 23
  • Colour Obstacle Rush – June 27
  • Nightrider Liverpool – July 11
  • Liverpool Cathedral Abseil – August 15
  • Tough Mudder North West – September 5
  • London to Paris Cycle – September 9-13

To find out more or get involved, visit liverpoolfc.com/challengereds.

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