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How clubs marked PL Charitable Fund 10-year anniversary

31 Dec 2020
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A look at some of the winners who have had their communities changed by the work of PL charities

The Premier League Charitable Fund (PLCF) celebrated its 10-year anniversary this year, recognising the impact football clubs have had on their communities.

The PLCF was established in 2010 to distribute funding provided by the Premier League to professional football club community organisations across England and Wales, supporting them in their delivery of local outreach initiatives.

Over the last decade, the PLCF has provided assistance and investment to 110 professional football clubs across the Premier League, EFL and National League.

To mark the anniversary, clubs chose community programme award winners - individuals who have been positively influenced by their involvement in activity or who have supported others. Some of those winners are below.

Burton Albion
Sheffield United
Manchester City

And you can find out how Chelsea surprised their awards winners by visiting the Chelsea Foundation's official website.

PL Charitable Fund at 10 stories

Part 1: PL Charitable Fund celebrates 10-year anniversary
Part 2: Shayan and Newcastle
Part 3: Lexi and Stoke City
Part 4: Renee and Aston Villa
Part 5: Ryan and West Brom
Part 6: Kallum and Wigan
Part 7: Peter and Everton
Part 8: Jason and Wolves
Part 9: Rhea and Man Utd
Part 10: Graham and Watford
Part 11: Abdul, Erik and Chelsea
Part 12: Jay and Charlton

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