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Nine Clubs. Thousands of staff. Millions of fans. For Recovery.

At Manchester City FC, we’re bringing together our staff and fans to help our communities get back on their feet. Cityzens Giving for Recovery is a 12-month campaign bringing together all City Football Group clubs, focusing our donations, expertise, facilities, resources and voice, on making a positive difference to the recovery of our communities.

As part of this we are matching donations on our crowd funding platforms for the funding of nine recovery-linked projects near each of our clubs up to a total of £500,000 matched against all donations received on or by 31 August (details here).

Once you have donated you can also show your support by sharing campaign messages on social media and fundraising for a project.

Click on the projects below to find out more and donate.

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United Kingdom
Cityzens Giving For Recovery - Manchester
In Manchester, City in the Community will support young people in their recovery by embedding mental health awareness and understanding across all community football projects targeting thousands of participants aged 14-25 years old.


Australia
Cityzens Giving for Recovery - Melbourne
In Melbourne, City in the Community will support children to return to education through the provision of healthy and nutritious food and delivery of education through football. Fundraising is being conducted by Manchester City F.C. City in the Community Foundation for the benefit of City in the Community in Melbourne to lead delivery of this project locally.


Belgium
Cityzens Giving for Recovery - Lommel
In Lommel and the wider Limburg area, Saint Vincentius food bank will provide essential aid and care to those in need to ensure children and families receive healthy, nutritious meals, as well as clothing and health products.


China
Cityzens Giving For Recovery - Chengdu
In Chengdu and the wider Sichuan province, Adream Foundation will provide PE, sport and football for children as they return to school, to lay a solid foundation of health and wellbeing, in a safe and structured manner.


India
Cityzens Giving For Recovery - Mumbai
In Mumbai, OSCAR Foundation will set up Digital Learning Centres in communities where children can attend courses on computer skills and access the online resources assigned to them as part of the school curriculum.


Japan
Cityzens Giving for Recovery  Yokohama
In Yokohama and Tokyo, YouMeWe will support children and staff in care homes by equipping them with the essential goods and tools they need to run efficiently and provide a safe environment for children to live and learn


Spain
Cityzens Giving for Recovery - Girona
In Girona, Creu Roja Girona will support at-risk children to get the support they need to return to education with homework and tutoring, as well as nutritious food parcels to boost health and wellbeing. // A Girona, Creu Roja oferira ajuda als infants en situacio de risc per aconseguir el suport que necessiten per tornar a l'educacio amb deures i tutories, aixi com amb paquets alimentaris nutritius per potenciar la salut i el benestar.



United States
Cityzens Giving For Recovery - New York
In New York City, New York Common Pantry will support the recovery of families in South Bronx from the impact of Coronavirus by providing food resources and education on healthy eating. Just $1.27 provides one meal to support those at risk.


Uruguay
Cityzens Giving For Recovery - Montevideo
In Montevideo, Gurises Unidos will provide hygiene equipment to community schools and promote healthy practices, so that children and young people will be able to return to the classroom safely. // En Montevideo, Gurises Unidos proporcionara equipos de higiene a las escuelas comunitarias y promovera practicas saludables para que los ninos y jovenes puedan regresar al aula de manera segura.
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