The Bobby Moore Fund at Cancer Research UK
The EFF is proudly supporting The Bobby Moore Fund at Cancer Research UK to help raise awareness of the symptoms of bowel cancer, the disease which took the life of World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore at the age of just 51.
“More than one in three of us will get cancer at some point in our lives, so it is so important that we help tackle the disease.”
The EFF Academy
The EFF Academy works with disadvantaged youngsters in deprived communities across the country to help tackle a variety of economic and social issues including poor housing, health, education, disability, high incidences of crime, racial and drug abuse.
Talking at the launch of the EFF Academy Merseyside Leighton Baines said: “This is an opportunity to get these young people off the streets, get them back doing something productive and give them another chance in life...”
Rays of Sunshine
The players are helping Rays of Sunshine to grant wishes for children living in the UK with life-limiting illnesses.
So far, the players have delivered gifts to a teenage cancer ward, taken part in arts and crafts sessions and even become firemen for the day!
Jermain Defoe said "For us, it's an honour to be able to spend time with these inspirational youngsters and share an unforgettable experience. ·To be asked to become involved with this charity is a privilege."
The British Forces Foundation
The England Footballers Foundation are honoured to be working in partnership with the British Forces Foundation to help keep up the morale of our servicemen and women.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain said "It's humbling to come and meet the people who serve our country and do a difficult and dangerous job in order to keep us all safe. Our thoughts are with them as well as their friends and families who remain at home."