LFC Foundation has celebrated a successful week of youth social action events and activities in schools across the city as part of its #iwill programme.
Check out a schedule of local community events planned by the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams in the coming week.
A group of year six pupils from Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School in Aintree produced Christmas shoeboxes this week for families living in refuge over the festive period.
Joel Matip joined a group of Year 6 pupils this week to help tackle the social isolation of Anfield’s elderly community.
Youngsters from a Liverpool primary school linked up with a local charitable organisation on Wednesday to discuss homelessness and anti-bullying as LFC Foundation's #iWill week of action continued.
Since participating in the LFC Foundation's #iwill campaign, Lucia Akwanya, a pupil at Whitefield Primary School, has become very passionate about social action and making a positive difference in her local community.
LFC’s community initiative, Red Neighbours, has officially launched its Walking Football programme in the Kirkby area.
Pupils from Whitefield Primary School in Anfield joined forces with students at Kirkby CofE School this week to make a stand against knife crime in their local communities.
Youngsters from LFC Foundation's Youth Panel kick-started #iwill week with a social action project in Liverpool on Sunday.
LFC Foundation recognises the power of young people as it launches its #iwill week of celebration activity.