LFC Foundation coaches ran free football and multi-sports camps in four locations across the city for youngsters aged six-14 during the October half-term, with funding from the James Milner Foundation.
LFC Foundation successfully empowers youth social action this #iwillweek
LFC Foundation is celebrating a successful #iwillweek by championing its participants’ social action work and encouraging fans to get involved by making their own #iwillLFC pledge to create a positive difference throughout local communities.
LFC Foundation supported the first ever Merseyside Mental Health Week, a new awareness campaign run by local charity Imagine Independence.
In response to the second national lockdown, all of LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours' face-to-face community programmes have now been paused.
The Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association hosted a virtual Halloween Spooktacular event with support from LFC Foundation and the Owen McVeigh Foundation on Friday October 30.
LFC Foundation hosted a Black History Month-themed football festival last week, which concluded the club’s celebrations.
Following the announcement of a second national lockdown in England, LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours' local community programmes will continue to be delivered as face-to-face sessions up to and including the evening of Wednesday November 4.
Liverpool FC’s community programme, Red Neighbours, provided 160 food hampers to local families this week – alongside the club’s 1,000 free meals – as part of its long-term support of its communities.
Anfield Sports and Community Centre (ASCC) is temporarily closed with immediate effect until Monday November 2 due to a confirmed COVID-19 case.
Liverpool FC’s community programme, Red Neighbours, will deliver food hampers to families in need during the upcoming half-term break as part of its ‘Breakfast Clubs to You’ initiative.
Liverpool FC and Nike have donated 100 new home kits to young people from 25 schools in and around the Anfield area.