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Fundraise For Us

There are so many ways that you, your school or group can get involved and raise money for the Cardiff City FC Foundation. The Foundation have a calendar of events on throughout the year to ensure Bluebird fans have a fun and rewarding opportunity to raise vital funds for the Charity's pioneering schemes.



Volunteer For Us

Here at the Foundation, many of our staff have grown from volunteers to becoming full time staff members. Our volunteers are active and involved, their support is integral to our work as a charity. We value the dedication and commitment shown by volunteers who have helped to make a difference to the lives of families across South Wales.



For children and young people...

Refer To Us

Whilst students choose to study with Cardiff City FC Foundation to take advantage of the unique academic and competitive sporting experience on offer, specialist referrals is also fundamental in allowing young people to access, focus and progress through our programmes.



Partner with us

Our partners value our reach across South Wales, network and trusted brand. We create innovative, high-performing joint programmes with partners for projects delivered across South Wales.



Bluebird experiences

  • Cardiff: Goalkeepers Soccer School

    Cardiff City FC Foundation is running a three-day Soccer School especially for goalkeepers at Cardiff City House of Sport from the 2nd - 4th January 2018. Read more

Fundraising events

  • VELOTHON Wales

    VELOTHON Wales offers cycling enthusiasts the unique opportunity to race through the stunning scenery of South Wales on traffic-free roads. The 2018 event promises to deliver another spectacular day of cycling. Read more

Success stories


    Cardiff City FC Foundation offers a series of successful inclusion programmes across South Wales, encouraging community cohesion and helping individuals to make positive life changes. Read more

  • Cheyanne's Story

    Cheyanne has always enjoyed the educational aspect of school, however her social anxiety meant she did not like the setting so rarely attended. Read more

  • Daisy's Story

    After her nan had a ‘stern word’ with her about her poor attendance at school, Daisy set her sights on the Foundation’s BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma course. This motivated her to knuckle down and work hard in order to complete her GCSEs, going on to achieve great results including four A*s. Read more

  • Sam's Story

    18 year old Sam recently graduated after studying on the Foundation's BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport & Excellence course and is now studying at University. Read more