It’s always very busy at Liverpool Homeless Football Club HQ, but September seemed to be here and gone in the blink of an eye. Always at the top of our agenda is the need to create positive interventions. Provide life changing opportunities and improve mental health and well-being. We were
Let’s be honest; Universal Credit has not been a total success so far. A flagship benefit system that is supposed to simplify how people get essential benefits, its launch and ongoing implementation has been dogged by complaints and stories of incompetence and misery. So much so that the recent sharp
COMMUNITY August has proven another very busy month at LHFC headquarters. Myself and the team have been busy with “The Back Kitchen” Catering Pod. We were in attendance at Stanley Park and Garston Park supporting Liverpool Mutual Homes “Picnics In The Park” community events. The Deckchairs were out. The Sun
This year marked the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act , giving the right to vote to women over 30. LHFC women have joined in many Centenary celebrations and workshops to celebrate along with the rest of the nation. The collective “Positive Mental Attitude” is infectious and has
A home on the pitch In 2012 LHFC player Becca Mushrow represented England at the Homeless World cup in Mexico. The following year she travelled to Poland and had progressed from player to assistant coach for the women’s team. Next stop was Amsterdam in 2015 where she was general manager.