Prime Minister David Cameron has hailed Everton’s community work as the Club’s official charity releases it 2010/11 annual report and accounts.
Writing the Foreword to ‘Creating Chances 2011’, the Premier League’s annual report of the work that goes on in communities, the Prime Minister praised the Blues’ and the rest of the Premier League’s ability to connect with young people in a different way to politicians.
The work of Everton in the Community receives particular praise in the report for its delivery of a number of ground-breaking programmes, which touch some of the most hard-to-reach groups on Merseyside.
The Blues’ award-winning disability and ‘Imagine Your Goals’ mental health programmes, Premier League Schools’ Tournament, Kickz programme and employment scheme are all celebrated in the report.
Everton in the Community has now released its own annual report and supporters can read about how the charity works to improve the lives of disadvantaged groups across Merseyside. The document features a host of inspirational case studies about the many local people who have benefited from the work of the charity.
To view the Everton in the Community annual report and accounts 2010/11, click the link above.
For more information about Everton in the Community call 0151 530 5253.