THE ENGLAND FOOTBALLERS FOUNDATION WAS ESTABLISHED BY THE PLAYERS IN 2007 TO HELP SUPPORT CHARITABLE CAUSES CLOSE TO THEIR HEARTS.
The players made the collective decision to donate their international match fees and dedicate their time to help charitable causes in a variety of ways including personal appearances, the establishment of a fundraising events programme and national awareness campaigns. This was the start of a lasting legacy for future England squads to come.
Over the last seven years the England Footballers Foundation has supported many charities including Rays of Sunshine, The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK, WellChild, Together for Short Lives, Cancer Research UK, Help for Heroes, The British Forces Foundation, The PFA’s charitable initiatives and Help Harry Help Others.
Most recently the England Footballers Foundation has teamed up with the world’s leading children’s organisation, UNICEF, in a new four year partnership that will help tackle malaria; a disease that still claims the life of a child every thirty seconds.
England captain, Wayne Rooney.
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