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Leicester City Football Club, The Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Foundation and Leicester City in the Community are among the most prominent, active and far-reaching forces for good throughout Leicester’s diverse communities.

Leading fundraising efforts in our communities, resulting in £8.5 million being raised for 151 causes since King Power acquired LCFC in 2010:

  • The formation of the LCFC Foxes Foundation (since renamed after the Club’s late Chairman) to ensure long-term support for charitable causes in the city.

  • £8.5 million raised to support 151 causes since King Power acquired LCFC in 2010

  • A £2 million donation to the development of a specialist Children’s Hospital at Leicester Royal Infirmary.

  • A £1 million donation to the University of Leicester to establish a Professorship in Children’s Health.

  • Significant donations to Leicester Cathedral to support the historic reinternment of Richard III and the Cathedral’s continued renovation.

  • The launch of the Gift of a Wish programme, providing more modest causes in the city and county with an opportunity to apply for financial support.

  • Providing financial, operational and logistical support to Leicester Hospitals, Leicestershire Partnerships NHS Trust and Age UK Leicestershire and Rutland during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Using the power of football to improve standards in education, health and wellbeing and promote a sense of togetherness through Leicester City in the Community and its year-round programme of activity.

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The Club and its charitable partners remain wholly committed to using our profile, visibility and influence to make a positive difference to our communities. We are proud to represent one of the most vibrant, diverse and passionate cities in the UK – a pride that drives our desire to showcase the best of Leicester to the world and bring world class events to Leicester.

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