The Premier League Charitable Fund is one of the biggest sport charities in the world.
Established in 2010 to create positive sporting, health, personal and education opportunities for children, young people and the wider community, the independent charity distributes Premier League and partner funding to professional club community organisations (CCOs) across the Premier League, English Football League and National League.
"We work on behalf of the Premier League and our other funders to positively influence the lives of people of all ages across England and Wales. It is my continued pleasure and privilege to lead a charity whose scale and reach is unprecedented in world sport."
Tim Godwin OBE QPM, Chair of Board of Trustees, Premier League Charitable Fund
Today, 105 CCOs from the National League to the Premier League are supported to address important societal issues and have life-changing impact in their local communities.
The Premier League Charitable Fund distributes around £35million a year to CCOs, from the Premier League and partners, helping them to employ more than 6,200 people.
Premier League programmes and funds
Premier League funding distributed by the Premier League Charitable Fund supports professional football club CCOs to deliver one or more national Premier League programmes or funds in their local communities.
More than 1.9 million people have benefitted from the charity's inclusive community activity to date.