LFC Foundation has launched an online safeguarding campaign to help support participants who are unable to attend their school and community sessions during the COVID-19 national lockdown.
Liverpool FC has shared a special message of appreciation and support in recognition of NHS workers and health professionals on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
Official Liverpool FC Supporters' Clubs from around the world have come together to support each other and their members during the coronavirus pandemic.
Andy Robertson surprised three Liverpool fans this week when he decided to check in on them by giving them a call.
If you want to feel inspired then look no further than eight-year-old Kicks Inclusion participant Harry Corness.
LFC Foundation will host a virtual sports day this month to engage with school children safely in the environment of their own home.
LFC Foundation director Matt Parish has issued the following message and update regarding the official club charity's ongoing work in the community.
The club’s Red Neighbours team wanted to show their appreciation to their local communities and key workers ahead of the Easter weekend by delivering 1,500 Easter eggs.
Red Neighbours launched its 'Breakfast Clubs to You' initiative this week to help support local families during the coronavirus outbreak.
To celebrate World Autism Week 2020 (March 30 to April 5), the LFC Foundation wanted to highlight one of its many fantastic participants, Amy Courtenay.