Fans Supporting Foodbanks






We fully support the decision by both Everton and Liverpool Football Clubs and the Premier League to curtail all football in the weeks ahead.  

This leaves us with a massive void that we need to fill, given that approximately 25% of food collected for North Liverpool Foodbank is collected through match day collections at Anfield and Goodison Park.  

A contingency plan needs to be clear, concise and simple, so we are urging fans who have supported us so diligently over the past five years to consider making a financial donation direct to the North Liverpool Foodbank via this account, in lieu of their donations at matches.

This will enable us to ensure we meet demand for emergency food as best we can in the coming months.  

Depending on the emerging situation, please keep an eye on our social media as we may well be asking for volunteers to meet demand in support of the most vulnerable in our communities.



For further details contact [email protected] 

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      Fans Supporting Foodbanks is a grassroots community initiative supporting the fight against hunger in our communities. All proceeds of our campaigns (both money and food) are processed by St. Andrew's Community Network, home of North Liverpool Foodbank (registered charity number 1105307) according to good fundraising practice and Charity Commission regulation.

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      Michael Lacey | £20

      Phil Belger | £260

      Phil Galloway | £30

      Keep up the fantastic work! Donated as part of MIFA 2020.

      Red All Over The Land Pearman | £100

      Red All Over The Land, the Liverpool fanzine is raising money for @SFoodbanks by selling the Fanzine on line during these critical times. From every sale or subscription a donation will be made to @SFoodbanks. If anybody want to add their support to the Fanzine they can do so by purchasing a copy at and by doing so we can continue with our efforts.

      Anonymous | £600

      Keep up the amazing work, from the lads at Kopbadges!

      John Griffiths | £20

      Dave Yalland | £20

      Time to allocate match day savings!

      Gill Fletcher | £20

      Shelagh Fairnington | £30

      Just won some money thought you should have half. YNWA

      Lauren | £10

      Kerstin Albrecht | £50

      Gary Borrows | £5

      Enniahno | £660

      Myself @enniahno and a couple of brands and business all donated prizes for a raffle to raise money for the food banks. We all managed to raise £660 thank you to everyone who donated and congratulations to the winner of our prizes x

      Michael Bews | £30

      You people are amazing. Should be so proud of yourselves x

      Gareth | £5

      Paul Cooper | £20

      Andy | £50

      RICHARD CASH | £50

      Keep up the fantastic job you are doing. Stay Safe

      geoff | £100

      A friend of mine (Nathan) who is a huge Liverpool fan did me a big favour at work. So I said I'd pay £100 to a charity of his choice. This is the charity he chose.

      Steve | £20

      Paul | £20

      Keep up the good work. YNWA.

      Marc Reilly | £20

      Great cause well done all

      Love Follow Conquer | £682

      Andrew | £20

      Thank you for continuing your essential work during this extremely difficult time. I'd rather be handing you a bag on a matchday, as usual, but I'm glad we can still donate. YNWA

      Ross | £10

      Ross - Merseyside football fans

      Anthony Cox | £5

      George | £3


      Ruth | £50

      Thank you for all the work you do for our community


      Morten Christensen | £10,000

      Keep up the good work. Daniel Agger