Liverpool Football Club’s community team, Red Neighbours, and its official charity, LFC Foundation, are continuing to support their local communities next week by delivering more than 1,200 breakfast parcels and packed lunches to local children and families.
It goes without saying that the past year has been an extremely challenging one, with the COVID-19 pandemic completely changing how most of us have been able to go about our lives.
LFC Foundation has released figures showcasing the breadth and impact of its work carried out across the Liverpool City Region on crime prevention.
Liverpool FC's Red Neighbours team is delivering afternoon tea boxes with a difference for its participants to enjoy during lockdown.
LFC Foundation's new venture partnering with community venues across Merseyside, announced in January, has continued throughout 2021 so far.
Liverpool FC was a proud sponsor of one of the largest awards celebrations of gender equality in Europe on Monday night, as the Northern Power Women Awards took place on International Women's Day.
Supporting the community isn't new for LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours – yet the requirement throughout the COVID-19 pandemic for even the most basic of needs has become the main focus for the staff and volunteers.
Liverpool Football Club will mark International Women's Day with a range of activities focused around this year's theme, #ChoosetoChallenge, today.
Liverpool FC's Red Neighbours team and LFC Foundation community representative Chris Kirkland have been assisting Homebaked, a bakery based in Anfield, with the delivery of food parcels to local families.
Liverpool FC legend Sir Kenny Dalglish celebrates his 70th birthday today – and to honour the occasion, the Dalglish family has set up the 7Appeal, which will raise funds to support young families in the city who urgently require baby basics.