Why do we do what we do? At LHFC we are passionate about improving the mental health of Liverpool’s homeless community. That’s why we do what we do. Football has been a great way to tackle the growing issue of mental illness for a variety of reasons; our players have

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Balls, balls, balls….

Here at The Liverpool Homeless Football Club, we know a fair bit about balls; dribbling them, heading them and even scoring with them. However, one ball-related topic that we’re especially passionate about this month is prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men; over 47,000 men are

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The Back Kitchen; Making Meals, Improving Lives

Our catering training scheme, The Back Kitchen Project, which started in October 2017, aims to support members of the homeless community into future employment, by helping them gain valuable qualifications to add to their CV. We run 10-week classes, for 10 people at a time, where students have the opportunity

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