Millwall Football Club supports a number of charities,
predominantly in South East London and surrounding areas.
Having enjoyed a close relationship with Prostate Cancer UK
during 2013/14 we again worked with them in 2014/15.
| Here are the details of some of the other charities with which we have close links and
how you can find out more about the work they do.
Millwall Football Club has taken the initiative to support one of
our local Foodbanks in response the increasing evidence of
food poverty in our community.
It in no way undermines or minimises other charitable
commitments as it seeks no financial giving.
| Foodbanks meet the short-term needs of thousands of vulnerable people.
Every matchday, fans bring no perishable foodstuffs and other essentials to the blue
routemaster bus situated in the car park where members of the Supporters Club
accept the items prior to the match.
Demelza House Hospice
Demelza South East London is a six-bedded hospice in Eltham
providing a large range of hospice and care services to children,
young people and their families. Life-limited or life threatened
children or young people and their families benefit from a wide
range of facilities.
At the end of the child or young person's illness, Demelza offer
| a comprehensive service of support using a bereavement suite - known as the
Help for Heroes
Millwall have worked closely with H4H over a number of years.
The charity provides direct, practical support for wounded
servicemen and women and also funds projects and initiatives
to make a real difference to the lives of our wounded heroes.
H4H prides itself on a 'Money In and Money Out' policy that
ensures every penny raised is spent or allocated to the direct,
| practical support of men and women of the Armed Forces whose lives are affected in
the line of duty.
Following the murder of their son Jimmy Mizen in May 2008, the Mizen
family has been determined of two outcomes. They will not be beaten
by his death and that something good will come from it.
For Jimmy works to make young people safer by building a legacy of
peace in Jimmy’s memory. They do this by creating unique projects that
take young people beyond the school gates.
London Taxi Benevolent Association for War Disabled
The object of The London Taxi Benevolent Association is to
help War Disabled persons, in their homes and hospitals,
throughout London and the Home Counties, by providing
entertainment, outings, and much needed specialised
| Their aim is simple; to work for the benefit, comfort and enjoyment of the War
Disabled, to the best of their ability. Year after year, drivers and committee members
are prepared to give up their time and money to bring happiness and pleasure into the
lives of these men, and women, who gave so much for us all.
In May 2015, the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, the charity took
veterans to the final Liberation Parade near Arnhem in Holland.
Other charities receiving support from Millwall Football Club include: Heart4More (Tobi
Alabi), All Saints Church/Salvation Army (Fr Owen Beament), Lewisham Hospital,
Women's Aid, Millwall Community Trust, Millwall Lionesses.
The Matchday Charity Collections for 2015/16 have all been allocated. Details will be
published in due course.
If you wish to request assistance in raising funds for a local charity, please write, including
an SAE for reply, to: Charity Requests, Millwall Football Club, The Den, London
You must send your request on charity headed paper with a charity number where
Please be advised, however, that the majority of our resources and support is devoted
to our chosen charities.
No charity requests will be accepted via phone or email.
MFC Signed Merchandise
There is a charge for this service as follows (charges do not include the cost of
Replica shirts or footballs £50 plus vat
Celebration cards £25 plus vat
Money raised via this service will be donated to our chosen charities.
Please note that we can only arrange signed merchandise between August and April.
Signed merchandise requests should be made through the Lions Store.