Information on some the personal charities and foundations of our members
Steven Gerrard Foundation
The Foundation is committed to making a lasting difference to disadvantaged children through independently evaluated grants supported by and in consultation with its charitable partner the Consortium for Street Children.
Zesh launched his own charity, the Zesh Rehman Foundation (ZRF), which is now working hard to help change perceptions and myths surrounding British Asians in football by providing more opportunities in disadvantaged communities.
Rio Ferdinand Live the Dream Foundation Supports young people to develop skills to live the dream. Raise levels of aspiration, opportunity and achievement within some of our most marginalised communities both in the UK and overseas.
The aim of the Foundation is to support charities and good initiatives. The Gyldenbrand Schmeichel Foundation's first project is “Help a mother in Africa,” which is to focus on maternal mortality in Africa.
The mission of Holden’s Heroes is to motivate, inspire and uplift child patients battling cancer at Texas Children’s Hospital and provide encouragement to their parents while raising money for cancer research.
Since making his Premier League debut at 16 James actively participated in many community player appearances arranged through his football clubs helping to promote both player and club social responsibility.
I am delighted that the opportunity has been created for me to establish my charitable Foundation. The Jason Roberts Foundation was launched in May 2007 in the UK and in June 2007 in Grenada and is a registered charity.
Our mission therefore is to play a significant role in changing the life's of the disadvantaged children and youths in the poorest of our society, so that they can live healthy and fulfilling lives while achieving their dreams and ambitions.