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Sep 25

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Annual Review

Since 2008, Newcastle United Foundation has been using the power of football to connect, engage and inspire in ways that others simply cannot.

You will see many ‘Gamechangers’ throughout this Annual Review who are taking small steps to make big changes to their lives. Newcastle United Foundation has helped them make positive moves for themselves and their communities.

Our vision is to create a united community full of pride, passion and potential. Read on to find how we have empowered a collected group of game changers during 2018/19.

Experience our latest game changing annual review

 

In 2018, Newcastle United Foundation was 10 years old. To celebrate, we created our first ever digital Annual Review for 2017/18. A year in review – 2017/18 annual review.

 

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To request a copy of previous Annual Reviews or our Annual Review in an alternative format, please get in touch
Email foundation@nufc.co.uk

"Newcastle United has the power to bring a city and a region together and Newcastle United Foundation is integral in making that happen. The Foundation continues to go from strength to strength and continues to make a real impact on a huge number of people. It is something we are immensely proud of."

Lee Charnley, Managing Director at Newcastle United Football Club.