LFC Foundation, the club's official charity, has signed the Power of Youth Charter to empower more young people to take social action within their local communities.
As part of #iwillweek, the LFC Foundation is shining a light on local young people who have used the programme to make a real difference in their local community.
Liverpool FC Women's Jade Bailey spoke to pupils at a local primary school in October about her experiences with racial diversity in sport.
Local youngsters are encouraging fans to make a positive difference this week by making the #iwillLFC pledge, a show of commitment empowering people to create lasting change within their communities.
LFC Foundation, the Reds' official charity, is celebrating #iwill week by championing the #PowerOfYouth and social action.
LFC Foundation has secured £2.66m in funding from the Steve Morgan Foundation and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to help expand its community programmes across the Liverpool City Region.
Olivia has attended LFC Foundation's Premier League Kicks Football Girls' sessions every week at Anfield Sports and Community Centre since the programme's launch.
After being selected for her school football team two years ago, Amy Shannon joined LFC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks Girls sessions at Woodchurch Sports Complex, playing every Monday night.
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 supported the first ever Merseyside Mental Health Week, a new awareness campaign run by local charity Imagine Independence.