As the official charity of Cardiff City FC, we are able to use the appeal of football to inspire children, young people and families to achieve their full potential. Our club has been changing lives for ten years, and with your help we can continue to change even more lives. 

Help us change even more lives by donating today

 £10 Million + invested in sport and education programmes 

230,000 lives changed for the better

Help us continue to change lives


What do we do?


We work with over 13,000 people from across South Wales each year and prioritise children, young people, families and vulnerable adults living in disadvantaged communities.

We offer a range of programmes which inspire education, improve health and wellbeing, build safer communities and help people fulfil their full potential.


How can I support this work?


Donate online today

Which projects will benefit from my donation?



Premier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to inspire children to learn, be active and develop important life skills.


Available to every primary school in England and Wales, it inspires girls and boys aged 5-11 in the classroom, the playground and on the sports field.


Learning is connected to the real world of sport to enthuse pupils when tackling challenging PSHE topics such as resilience, diversity, self-esteem and fair-play.

£200,000 will help 7,000 primary school children to improve their reading and writing skills, 2,000 more than we current work with, whilst also working within 70 different schools across south Wales, 20 more than we currently work with.


The programme is delivered to create opportunities for children with a disability to play football and helping to remove the barriers that mean that at present disabled people are half as likely to participate in sport as non-disabled people. 

We support disabled participants to access education and employability programmes helping to inspire ambition. 


Children in Need support the delivery of football sessions across numerous impairment- specific groups to help the young people become more active, have fun, and better express themselves. 


Some of the groups that attend have included physical disabilities, as well as delivering sessions for those with Down’s Syndrome, learning disabilities and hearing impairments.

£150,000 will help over 700 disabled children and young people access sport. 


Please select a donation amount (required)
Set up a regular payment Donate