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  of pride seeing Owen’s image around the globe and the ground on matchday.
We take comfort that he
will never be forgotten and his legacy lives on. Every penny raised is special to us. Donations like this ensure we as a Foundation can continue to focus on creating those special life memories for local children. This year, we are truly honoured to
be working with the LDSA this year. We have for
some time recognised the natural affiliation between
the disabled supporters club and the work that we do and hope throughout 2020 to strengthen the bond between our respective organisations.
For Owen,
Mark & Jo McVeigh
           Pool & Snooker Tables Recovering
Cues & Cue Cases Accessories Sports Trophies
& Medals
For further details visit our website:
e-mail: or tel: 0151 482 2700 Nationwide Service
   Fundraising for
the Future
It’s important to recognise that all our work is entirely funded by donations. We are a small charity, although we have seen terrific growth in the last three years. We have organised events throughout the year that we, as a charity, schedule and organise, such as a Snowdon Expedition, Abseil down
with Liverpool Cathedral, Family Fun Day. However, we’re equally fortunate to have special fundraisers who have taken the Foundation & Owen’s legacy to their hearts, who carry out amazing
feats, from dance shows,
trekking Kilimanjaro, running marathons, auctioning
items online, bag packing
in supermarkets, or just donating pocket money.
We have also been fortunate to be taken to the hearts
of Liverpool FC, fans and club alike. LFC Foundation entirely underwrote the renovation costs of Peacock Lodge, using the proceeds of their annual Legends game and LFC Retail have worked with us to produce an Owen McVeigh product range, which is available
in store and online to the global fanbase. All profits benefit the charity and it gives us an enormous sense

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