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Steve Prescott Foundation donates £50,000 to the Rugby League Benevolent Fund

The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) is delighted to announce the donation of a magnificent £50,000 to the Rugby Football League Benevolent Fund – the charity that provides assistance to players, and the family of players who have suffered life-changing injuries playing Rugby League. It also provides support and advice to players who receive diagnosis of severe illness. The donation was made to Steve Ball, the General Manager of the RFL Benevolent Fund by SPF Trustee Linzi Prescott at the home of one of the beneficiaries Luke Bryan. 

GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k Run 7th March 2021 Update

Plans are moving ahead for the 11th GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k run to be held on Sunday 7th March 2021 despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The organisers are using guidance from the government regarding social distancing and from UK athletics regarding the organisation and health and safety aspects. We are hopeful that at this stage we are able to once again tackle North Road.


The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) are delighted to team up with St Helens Hospital’s haematology and oncology day unit The Lilac Centre to donate two scalp cooling machines for patients receiving treatment.

The scalp cooling technology, made by Paxman, helps to significantly reduce hair loss, a side effect of many chemotherapy treatments.

Volunteers Week June 1st - June 7th

Time to Say Thanks 👏👏👏

The Steve Prescott Foundation has been a registered charity since it’s inception in 2007 and has always relied on the amazing support of our volunteers to raise funds and awareness for our chosen charities, The Christie and the Rugby League Benevolent Fund.

SPF Virtual LEJOG RUN 2020 raises £12.5k

In these difficult times registered charity the Steve Prescott Foundation organised a special event in memory of Steve Prescott and SPF Trustee Steve White. They recruited runners to Team Precky to take part in a Virtual run 874 miles from Lands End to John O’Groats in 7 days.

Each day a team of a minimum 20 runners were recruited to each run 10k (6.21miles) to complete a leg of the journey. The average day’s run was 125 miles.