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Part of FPC’s role is to help our clients to extend their generosity beyond their families and loved ones by supporting causes or address issues that are important to them.  We try to reflect that generosity in our own way and are committed to making a difference, both in the local community and further afield. 

We are fortunate to have formed rewarding and long lasting relationships with the organisations that we have supported over the years but in 2020 we decided to turn our good intentions into a lasting legacy by creating our own charitable foundation, The FPC Foundation.

The FPC Foundation

The FPC Foundation has been established in partnership with the Community Foundation for Lancashire and Merseyside to support local community groups, organisations and charities, with a focus on intergenerational projects, educational development and social mobility.

To find out more about the projects that we supported in our first year, visit our News section.

FPC Foundation Progress Report 2020-23

The Venus Centre

The Venus Centre is based in Bootle, Liverpool and helps vulnerable families and those in supported living (including refugees and previously homeless individuals) who need emergency food and care provision.

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Woodvale & Ainsdale Community Centre

Located on our doorstep, the Woodvale & Ainsdale Community Centre usually provides daytime, evening and school holiday activities for people in the local community. However, during lockdown the centre has had to improvise and switch its focus to activities which can be enjoyed at home.

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Stable Lives

This is a charity based at the Parbold Equestrian Centre in Lancashire where people can visit to recuperate, relax and connect in a calm, safe place with the help of horses and a range of activities.

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We’ve also supported…

House of Memories

Developed by National Museums Liverpool, the House of Memories dementia awareness programme is very close to our hearts, as many of our clients’ lives have been touched by the disease.

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The Mango Tree

The Mango Tree was founded by long-standing clients, William and Gail Fulton in 2003 as a humanitarian response to HIV & AIDS in southern Tanzania.

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MeCycle is owned and operated by the charity Autism Initiatives and includes a bike shop selling new and renovated bikes, a workshop and a cafe selling delicious locally sourced food and Fair Trade coffee.

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