Fans can wear blue for Santa Dash as Everton is voted the most charitable football club outside London

Everton has been named the most charitable football club in the country outside of London.

Taking their numbers from the most recent data from the Charity Commission, Halsbury has compiled an updated list of the most charitable football clubs in England, with the Blues third on the list.

Everton’s total charity spending of £4,632,893, an increase of over £1million over the previous year, is surpassed by only Chelsea (£8,567,040) and Charlton Athletic (£6,021,000).

Halsbury’s List of the Most Charitable Football Clubs in England

In the past year, the Blues’ official charity, Everton in the Community, has approached 145,816 people with 9,127 sessions yielding 135,780 hours and 11,200 people supported by Blue Family to date.

Everton in the Community has also generated £1,660,000 in fundraising income since 2018, participated in Premier League Kicks sessions with 7,039 local youth last year and worked with 2,160 people aged 65 and over to prevent social isolation in 2019/20 .

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In 2019/20, some 1,304 youth and adults with disabilities were supported and since its inception in 2011, 14,454 youth have participated in the NCS (National Citizen Service) program.

Last week’s annual Goodison sleepout raised over £34,000, while Evertonians in blue can run in blue to help Everton in the Community in this year’s BTR Liverpool Santa Dash with the 5k run taking place on Sunday, December 5.

  • Supporters can click here to register.


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