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EFC in the Community; Listen to this - and help Blues charity.

BLUES fans can get their hands on their very own pair of Evertonbranded earphones and purchase a pair of the limited-edition highquality accessories to raise funds for the club's official charity.

To celebrate EitC's 28th birthday, the 'Blue Family' campaign will see Everton in the Community team up with fundraising platform Wear Your Support to launch the unique 28-day campaign which will see all proceeds from the branded earphones go directly to the club's charitable arm.

The money raised from the sale of the limited edition earphones, priced at PS20, will enable the pioneering sporting charity to continue their ground-breaking work across Merseyside.

Everton in the Community's award-winning programmes focus on a range of social issues prevalent on our doorsteps including education, disability and equality, crime and those issues high on the health agenda, such as mental health, dementia, cancer awareness and obesity.

Carena Duffy, Everton in the Community fundraising manager, said: "We are so excited to be launching our Blue Family campaign and really hope that Evertonians will get behind it and show their support for EitC.

"The money we raise from the sale of these earphones will enable us to further develop our projects and allow us to help even more disadvantaged and vulnerable people from our local communities."

Kieran Loftus, head of partnerships at Wear Your Support, added: "We're delighted to be working with Everton, a true family club raising funds for Everton in the Community. We've seen first-hand the important work Everton in the Community do to help others and our 28-day Blue Family campaign will further showcase the amazing work they do across Merseyside."

? The earphones are available to pre-order by visiting www.evertonfc.com/bluefamily

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 6, 2016
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