Your Kindness Could Kill Campaign

Last week Liverpool City Council launched the “Your Kindness could  Kill campaign” aimed at encouraging the public to give money to charities rather than direct to people on the streets. For more information please follow the link below  http://t.co/buZm8FnI5P   This morning Vice Chair of LHFC Mervyn Lynch was asked

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Help us make children affected by Homelessness smile christmas day

When LHFC was formed in 2007, the committee always wanted the club to be more than football. In 2010, LHFC ran the first Christmas present appeal for children in family hostels, domestic violence units and mother and baby units across merseyside.The response was amazing   Sharon from Our house in

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Early start too much for light blues

Claremont 4 LHFC 2  Due to the Merseyside Derby today’s game at Breckside Park was an early kick off. The game started well for LHFC  went they went ahead in the 15th Minute through a strike from Mark O Neil, LHFC should have had a few more, and missed a

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Football for All!

As part of LHFC’s commitment to provide football activities to all people who are affected by homelessness we will be holding an open ‘Walking Football’ Session at 2 Aigburth Drive L17 3AA on Weds 20th Nov at 9am. The rules are similar to the standard 5-a-side game with the main

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Liverpool Homeless Ladies take on Merseyside Police

LHFCL 1 Merseyside PoliceL 5 This evening a special match took place at Hope university, Merseyside police ladies had been keen to have a match against the ladies from LHFC, for some time and following a break in the futsal calender allowed us to play tonight, organized by co coordinators,

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