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2 hours ago

Great to see Newcastle United Foundation Trustee @SteveHarper37 back at #NUFC 🙌

4 hours ago

Newcastle United Powerchair Football Club haven’t conceded a goal all season and remain unbeaten at the top of… https://t.co/JmWqMtyfnl

21 hours ago

🗣️ @PaulDummett: “The partnership with the Foundation, which is part of Newcastle United, is an amazing thing."… https://t.co/w7QhiIgONW

23 hours ago

🗣️ @PaulDummett: “The fact that the Foundation have a full-time member of staff at @KentonSchool is great and brill… https://t.co/fuBzb4x7aE

Nov 21

We took Newcastle United's @PaulDummett back to his old school, @KentonSchool, to see how we're inspiring the next… https://t.co/ii39pWpeP7

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Who we are

Newcastle United Foundation is an independent registered charity supported by Newcastle United Football Club. We exist to take the club into the local community. Quite simply, we use the local passion for football to make a difference and help people achieve their goals, on the pitch, in the classroom, in life.

Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors help to promote our work in the community.

  • Sean Longstaff

Patrons

Our Patrons help us raise valuable funds and help to promote our work in the community.

  • Shola Ameobi
  • Jonathan Edwards CBE
  • Gabby Logan
  • Bob Moncur

Trustees

The Foundation is governed by an independent Board of Trustees.

  • John Marshall (Chair)
  • Lee Charnley
  • Claire Alexander
  • Brian Thorpe
  • Graeme Mason
  • Judith Doyle
  • Steve Harper
  • Mick Thompson

For more information on how you can get involved
Call 0844 372 1892 Ext. 8451* or email foundation@nufc.co.uk

*Calls cost 7p per minute plus your standard network charge

"Without Newcastle United Foundation and Reggie my coach, I wouldn't be where I am now on the England Player Pathway. Five years ago, I played no sport and did no exercise. I'm proud to be where I am now. I want to be a role model for other Visually Impaired or Blind players."

Jamie Foster, Visually Impaired Footballer