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Peter Crouch made a surprise visit to local school children this week as part of Stoke City's continued efforts in the community.... Read more
FIFPro has developed an educational programme which can be combined with your sports career. The lessons will be given when it suits you, online in a virtual class with a real teacher.... Read more
Kick It Out has launched a new initiative which heralds a range of ambassadors who will help spread key equality and inclusion messages for this season and beyond.... Read more
Some people may have recently been targeted by a suspected internet fraud whereby certain unscrupulous individuals are using a fictitious association with the PFA or that of its employees.... Read more
Waltham Forest Council's Violence Against Women and Girls strategy was launched at the O’s stadium yesterday.
Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris judged a bake-off between 12 unemployed young people on a Prince’s Trust course this week.
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp linked up with The Prince’s Trust to answer questions from young people on the Get Started with Football course.
Stevenage players took time before training recently to visit local primary schools and meet young Boro fans as part of the latest educational event organised by the Stevenage FC Foundation.
St Peter’s Hospice shops throughout Bristol will be getting a blue and white quartered make over this month, thanks to a collaboration with Bristol Rovers.
The PFA are committed to raising the profile and awareness of the extensive work and participation of players in support of Community and Charitable activities.
All the latest news from the PFA's Community Department. We look at our members activities at their clubs and within their local community.
Meet the PFA Community Team.
The Players’ Kit Scheme (PKS) was launched in August 2011 and provides a League-wide programme to provide much needed kit and equipment to Under 16 teams most in need of support.
This may sometimes contradict the negative media publicity, but with over 37,000 player community appearances last season, the PFA are proud of their off-field contributions.
The PFA’s philosophy towards Corporate Social Responsibility is underpinned by its members who can raise aspirations, inspire youngsters and encourage communities to come together.
We have a closer look at the processes and procedures that clubs have put in place to manage and organise their community activities.
Every season we select a 'Community Champion' from each club, recognising their outstanding contributions in community projects throughout the year.
Community support comes in many forms and during the last 12 months there have been many exceptional examples of personal and group determination to make a difference in this world.
As well as the considerable work undertaken by every professional player in the country, many members also support and administer their own personal Charities and Foundations.
A collection of Photo Albums, Video and Audio clips relating to the PFA's Community Department.
PFA in the Community are proud to work with a variety of organisations that share our expectation and aspirations in areas such as: Health, Education, Social Inclusion and Equalities.