Read up on all the latest news and updates from Newcastle United Foundation and our work in a community near you.
Newcastle United and Newcastle United Foundation have launched their annual ‘A Helping Hand at Christmas’ campaign which will engage and support thousands of people across the region over the festive period.
Newcastle United Foundation’s amputee football team have realised their ambition of competing overseas after securing fourth in a European tournament over the weekend.
More than 1,200 schoolgirls are exploring a bright future in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) following a flagship event introducing students to one of the fast-growing and dynamic sectors on their doorstep.
North East community members can now report hate crimes to specially trained Newcastle United Foundation staff as part of the charity’s commitment to providing a safe environment for all.
Four young adults are taking the opportunity of a lifetime as they begin their career paths following dedicated employability support from Newcastle United Foundation.
Newcastle United heroes Dan Burn and Sean Longstaff are helping lead the conversation to erase the “taboo” of opening up on mental health after experiencing a powerful wellbeing workshop with Newcastle United Foundation.
Newcastle United’s UEFA Champions League shirts will feature the logo of the club’s official charity, Newcastle United Foundation.
Newcastle United Foundation and Newcastle United are joining English football clubs at every level uniting to promote Play Safe – a national campaign to focus attention of the vital importance of safeguarding in our national game.
After losing his leg to cancer aged just nine, Newcastle United supporter Chris could no longer play football like he used to. It wasn’t until he was a young teenager and his grandad spotted an advert for Newcastle United Foundation disability sessions that Chris believed he could enjoy the sport he loved again.
Newcastle United supporters can bid to own their piece of 2022/23 season history as part of a charitable online auction in support of Newcastle United Foundation.
More than 150 young people from across England and Wales will head to Warwick University’s Cryfield Sports Pavilion this week, to take part in the Under-16 mixed Premier League Kicks Cup.
Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe amazed dozens of schoolchildren by joining their community football tournament with Newcastle United Foundation.