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SEASON REVIEW 2014 |15
Liverpool FC Foundation ? The Club's official charity
This was a great season for the LFC Foundation, and my first year in post. I have been hugely impressed by the dedication and dignity of the LFC Foundation team, and the results they achieve each year with the thousands of participants taking part in our extensive range of sporting development, educational, and health programmes. I vividly remember the beaming smiles of the LFC Foundation team from Plantation Primary School when they won the national final of the Premier League schools tournament in May 2015. They really did embody the joy and health our programmes bring to thousands of young people every day of the week.
Another highlight for me was the All-Star Charity Game we held at Anfield stadium in March 2015, featuring Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher as captains of the all-star cast. It was a great day for the LFC Family, and we were thrilled to raise ?1million to support our programmes and those of our charity partners.
I am really looking forward to guiding the LFC Foundation over the coming years, and developing new ideas and partnerships to maximise our impact. It really is true that Liverpool FC is the greatest football family in the world ? and we will do all we can to support communities locally and around the world to be healthy and happy.
Andrea Cooper, Head of Liverpool FC Foundation
WHAT WE DO
Liverpool FC Foundation is the official charity of Liverpool Football Club. The Foundation raises funds, develops partnerships and delivers programmes that engage people through their passion for LFC and football, and helps them to become: healthier, improve their life chances and contribute positively to their community.
WHY WE DO IT
Being a part of Liverpool FC is like being part of a family, and that means looking out for each other - particularly those in need. We believe in bringing communities together and raising aspirations, because our family deserves health, happiness and the best opportunities in life.
Over the last two decades, Liverpool Football Club has carried out community work within Liverpool's local and global communities. The Liverpool FC Foundation was formed in 2010 to build upon this legacy using the LFC crest to help inspire positive and lasting change in people's lives.
Former player and founder of the community department, Brian Hall, was instrumental in establishing Liverpool FC's community outreach, and his hard work and dedication lives on through the work carried out by the LFC Foundation.
We have been working hard for over 20 years to deliver initiatives that help people build a better future for themselves and others. Over the past year alone we have had a positive impact on over 20,000 programme participants in the UK and across the globe.
The ambition of the Foundation is ever growing. The success of the All Star Charity Game was a huge achievement raising ?1million for charitable projects across Merseyside. Our ambition is to engage and serve more widely across the LFC family - raising awareness of the full scope and value of the work we do, and developing more opportunities for fans to get involved.
HOW WE DO IT
We engage people through their passion for football and Liverpool FC. We leverage the global support of the Club to serve communities in the UK and around the world.
We aim to have the greatest impact possible on people's lives - both at home and across the world. Our initiatives fall into four main focus areas:
1. Sporting participation Helping people to be more active, building and uniting communities through football and other sports.
2. Improving life chances Helping people to reach their full potential through a range of initiatives including health, education and employment projects.
3. Inspiring social action Empowering LFC's international family of fans to make a positive contribution to the work of the Foundation and the issues they care about in their own communities.
4. Supporting other charities Enabling trusted partners to do more of their work, by using the unifying power of our Club crest.
To encourage physical activity, build self confidence and promote football in a school and community setting.
PREMIER LEAGUE SCHOOLS SPORT
? Provides educational offers ranging from curriculum PE, extra curricular clubs, skills and drills and enrichment delivery such as schools sports days, mini leagues and tournaments.
PREMIER LEAGUE 4 SPORT
? Multi-sport opportunities to introduce young people to new sports.
? Offers seven sports across the programme: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Netball, Table Tennis and Volleyball.
? Sessions in areas of high anti-social behaviour that engages with hard to reach young people aged 13-25.
? Creates interventions, offering participants pathways for further personal development and employment opportunities.
? Incentives for improvement in attitude and behaviour. Chances to participate in matches and tournaments against other clubs, tickets for Liverpool FC games and other once in a lifetime opportunities such as Q&A sessions with First Team players and taking penalties at The Kop at half time as part of the "Kick It Out" campaign.
RESPECT 4 ALL
? Offers sports provision for young people and adults with severe complex and additional needs.
? Works closely with families and participants, Respect 4 All aims to help everyone fulfil their potential in different ways, from helping them train to become staff to supporting their participation.
? After school clubs for children aged 4-6 years. ? Safe and fun environment for young people's
first experience of football. ? All young players attend monthly fun
coaching sessions at the LFC Academy.
PREMIER LEAGUE GIRLS FOOTBALL
? Session to create opportunities for young women to engage in football.
? Uses football as a positive tool to engage and build relationships within communities and raise awareness of girls' football.
? Combined after school club activities in community locations.
? Currently three hubs: Anfield, Wavertree and Rainhill.
? Open to boys and girls of all abilities 4-18 years.
HALF TERM CAMPS
? Fun, safe and enjoyable camps aimed at improving the understanding of tactics and developing technical abilities and team work skills.
? Created to give primary schools an opportunity to play against each other in a competitive, safe and friendly environment.
? The leagues are open to both boys and girls who are in years five and six.
? Opportunity for school and local teams to compete against other teams/schools across the city.
? Includes Premier League Schools Tournaments where school teams play against each other to progress to the finals.
attendances across the UK and worldwide
6,000+ sessions delivered to participants locally and nationwide
670 sessions delivered for young people and adults with additional needs
Premier League Schools Sports
130 schools 5,000 sessions 7,500 children
football sessions delivered specifically for girls
426 evening `Kicks' sessions delivered
560 matchday tickets awarded to local community groups
7 sports delivered to young people
128 schools entered
hours of football
IMPROVING LIFE CHANCES
10 charities engaged
2,000 young people
23 sessions delivered
young people given part time employment at the Club
men engaged with by the Men's Health programme
100 military veterans engaged with per week 3,500
young people engaged with internationally
170 students achieved further educational qualifications
students progressed to university
students gained scholarships in American universities
raised for charity
with the Liverpool All-Star Charity Match
During the 14/15 season LFC Foundation donated...
173 signed shirts
778 tour vouchers
61 signed footballs
34 items belonging to players
180 signed photographs
4 signed boots
324 printed team photographs
190 LFC shirts
32 special visitors to Melwood Training Ground
43 private Anfield tours
IMPROVING LIFE CHANCES
Initiatives to help people from a range of communities to reach their potential.
State of the art education suite based at Anfield Stadium. Provides an inspirational learning environment used by the Foundation and other partners.
? Provides full-time unique and innovative learning experience for 16 to 19 year olds.
? Students achieve GCSEs, Foundation Degrees, A-Levels, BTEC Diplomas, NVQ and FA coaching qualifications.
? Aimed at engaging men aged 18 years+ who are living and/or working in the Liverpool area.
? Works towards increasing and maintaining physical activity levels, advancing mental health and wellbeing, improving quality of life of those living with lifestyle related illnesses; encouraging men to make healthy choices.
? A partnership launched in 2012 between Liverpool City Council and Liverpool FC Foundation, giving young people aged between 16-19 training opportunities and work experience.
? Representing LFC Foundation at home games and various events across Merseyside.
? Engage ex-service personnel across the Liverpool city region back into civilian life.
? Uses football as a platform to promote physical activity, team work, self-confidence and general good health and well-being.
ON THE BALL
? Intensive whole-school project delivered in All Saints Catholic Primary School and Anfield Road Primary School.
? Aims to improve attendance, punctuality, raise numeracy and literacy levels and inspire pupils to achieve more.
? Emphasis on improving physical activity levels and overall family health.
? Delivering activities and supporting local charities on LFC's Pre-Season Tour.
? Premier Skills Coach Education for 48 local Indonesian Students and Coaches in partnership with the British Council and Premier League.
? Joint activities with LFC's Official Supporters Clubs across the world.
Numerous outreach projects delivered in...
Sweden Thailand Malaysia Australia Spain
Northern Bulgaria Ireland
DONATED KIT TO ORGANISATIONS WORLDWIDE
Jamaica El Salvador
Gambia Sierra Leone
Ethiopia Uganda Kenya
SUPPORTING OTHER CHARITIES
The Foundation supports other local charities and worldwide organisations.
? Liverpool FC Foundation support various charities, locally, nationally and internationally.
? To assist with other's fundraising efforts, Foundation donates signed items, museum tours vouchers, team photographs, Liverpool FC shirts and goody bags.
? Terminally ill supporters are invited to Liverpool FC's training ground, Melwood, along with their family and friends to meet the First Team and watch a training session.
? The Foundation receives end of season kit from across the Club and distributes it to charities across the world.
? All Star Charity game event, enabling LFC Foundation to donate ?500,000 to charity partners.
HOW WE ARE FUNDED
We are grateful to all funding partners and the generosity of our donors.
NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group
Liverpool City Council
LFC Official Membership
HOW TO DONATE
Text: YNWA15 followed by the amount to donate to 70070 You may give ?1, ?2, ?3, ?4, ?5 or ?10 Email: lfcfoundation@ Website: lfcf Twitter: @LFCFoundation
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