Premier League Charitable Fund at 12th EFDN Conference

4 March 2019

Premier League Charitable Fund at 12th EFDN Conference

We’re happy to introduce Alex White of  Premier League Charitable Fund as a speaker at the 12th EFDN ‘#Morethanfootball’ Conference. The presentation will provide delegates with an understanding of the importance of effective governance and management at professional football club foundations and trusts.

Using the Premier League’s Capability Code of Practice as a case study and model of good practice, it will demonstrate how to build a strong and sustainable organisation, and embed a culture of continuous improvement that will help achieve a positive impact in the communities in which they operate and in the lives of those that access their services.

Alex White – Premier League Charitable Fund

Alex is Quality Assurance and Governance Manager at the Premier League Charitable Fund (PLCF), one of the biggest sports charities in the World, with an annual budget in excess of £35m.

The charity works with 92+ Clubs across the Premier League and English Football Leagues to create positive and lasting sporting, social, health and education outcomes for a wide range of beneficiaries, especially children and young people. In turn, the work of PLCF directly benefits more than 500,000 individuals at thousands of community venues and schools each year.

Alex is also Chairman of Street Child United, an international children’s rights charity which uses the power of sport to provide a global platform for street children to be seen and their voices heard.