Liverpool FC has joined together with some of its partners and delivered 1,500 Christmas food hampers to local residents in Anfield and Kirkby as part of its Operation Christmas Magic campaign.
LFC Foundation and Cadbury have teamed up to bring some festive cheer to care home residents and those in need in Liverpool ahead of Christmas.
The Liverpool FC squad made a virtual Christmas visit to Alder Hey Children's Hospital this year to spread a little festive cheer among the patients and staff.
Liverpool FC's community team, Red Neighbours, is hosting its first-ever virtual community Christmas carol service this year, as a result of not being able to host the service at Anfield due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Programmes across LFC Foundation took part in a range of Rainbow Laces activities earlier this month, including train the trainer courses, classroom workshops and rainbow-themed football sessions.
Liverpool Football Club's foodbank appeals to support people living in food poverty during the COVID-19 pandemic have raised a total of £122,000.
Liverpool FC has teamed up with Cadbury to bring Christmas cheer to local residents in Liverpool as part of its Secret Santa campaign.
LFC Foundation and global children's charity Right To Play are working Side by Side, using the power of sport and play to help vulnerable children in Liverpool, Bangkok and around the world.
Liverpool FC's chief executive officer, Billy Hogan, discusses Operation Christmas Magic – the club's community campaign – in a video interview which is available to watch now.
The Reds’ official charity, LFC Foundation, has teamed up with regeneration group Regenda and training provider The Learning Foundry to provide those in deprived areas of the Liverpool City Region with key employability skills.