The last 10 years has seen Everton in the Community scoop a host of prestigious regional, national and international awards, beating off stiff competition from other big name brands. 

2019

  • Sports Business Awards, Best Club CSR or Community Scheme (Home Is Where The Heart Is)
  • Sports Business Awards, Best Sports Charity – Shortlisted
  • Heart Safe Awards, SME Business finalists
  • Leisure Industry finalists

2018

  • Football Business Awards, Best Football Community Scheme – Premier League.
  • Football Business Awards, Best Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme (Home Is Where The Heart Is)
  • Downtown in Business Livercool Awards, Best Female Networker (Amanda Chatterton)
  • SJA British Sports Awards, Sport for Social Change (Tackling the Blues). Shortlisted.
  • Northwest Football Awards, Best Community Initiative (Home Is Where The Heart Is)
  • Northwest Football Awards, Unsung Hero (Henry Mooney)
  • Northwest Football Awards, Community Club of the Year – Premier League. Shortlisted.
  • Heart Safe Awards, SME Business Award.
  • Heart Safe Awards, Leisure Industry Award. Shortlisted.
  • Women in Business Awards, Community Impact Award (Sue Gregory)
  • BT Sports Industry Awards, Diversity and Inclusion Award – Everton Football Club and Everton in the Community – Shortlisted
  • Sports Business Awards, Best Sports Charity – Shortlisted
  • Sports Business Awards, Best CSR or Community Scheme – Home Is Where The Heart Is – Shortlisted

2017

  • Liverpool Echo Regional Business Awards, Jaguar Land Rover Corporate Social Responsibility Award (Blue Mile) 
  • Community Sport and Recreation Awards, Mental Health Award (Imagine Your Goals) 
  • Beyond Sport Global Awards, Sport for Health and Wellbeing (Imagine Your Goals) 
  • Stadium Business Awards, Best Sports Charity, Community and CSR – runners-up
  • Charity Times Awards, Cross Sector Partnership of the Year (Collaborative work with Edge Hill University and Mersey Care NHS Trust)
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, SME Business of the Year – Shortlisted
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, Leisure and Tourism Organisation of the Year – Shortlisted
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, Not-for-Profit Organisation of the Year – Shortlisted
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, Sport and Fitness Establishment of the Year – Shortlisted
  • Football Business Awards, Best Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme (Blue Mile) – Shortlisted
  • Football Business Awards, Best Football Community Scheme – Shortlisted Sports Leaders UK, Community Organisation Leadership Academy of the Year
  • Northwest Football Awards, Unsung Hero – Lee Johnson - Shortlisted.
  • Northwest Football Awards, Community Club of the Year – Premier League - Shortlisted.
  • Northwest Football Awards, Community Initiative of the Year – Imagine Your Goals - Shortlisted.
  • Merseyside Police Regional Awards, Operation Clean Sweep (Blue Mile Sweeper Zone activity) 
  • Northern Marketing Awards, Best CSR Campaign – EitC ‘The Blue Mile’ - Shortlisted.
  • Northern Marketing Awards, Best Not-For-Profit Campaign – Home Is Where The Heart Is - Shortlisted.
  • Liverpool & Sefton Chamber Responsible Business Awards, Empowering People and Communities (Blue Mile) – Shortlisted.
  • Liverpool & Sefton Chamber Responsible Business Awards, Local Hero (Carena Duffy) – Shortlisted.
  • Finance Director of the Year Awards, Not-for-Profit Category (Linda McMullen)

2016

  • North West Regional LABC Building Excellence Awards, Best Change of Use of an Existing Building or Conversion (Everton Free School) - shortlisted
  • North West Regional LABC Building Excellence Awards, Best Educational Building (Everton Free School) - shortlisted
  • BT Sport Industry Awards, Community Programme of the Year (Pass on the Memories) - shortlisted
  • Trophy Torch Trust, Community Volunteer (Colin Dolan) 
  • Downtown Women in Business Awards, Employer of the Season (Everton in the Community) - shortlisted
  • Charity Times Awards, Fundraising Team of the Year: with an income under £5million – shortlisted
  • Heart Safe Awards, Sport and Fitness Establishment of the Year – shortlisted
  • Heart Safe Awards, Leisure and Tourism of the Year – shortlisted
  • Heart Safe Awards, SME Business of the Year – shortlisted
  • Better Society Awards, Communications (Proud to be Blue)
  • Better Society Awards, National Commitment to the Community – shortlisted
  • Better Society Awards, Innovation (Everton Free School) - shortlisted
  • Northern Marketing Awards, Best Not-For-Profit Campaign (Proud to be Blue) – Shortlisted
  • Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards, Integrating Physical and Mental Healthcare (Imagine Your Goals)
  • Football Business Awards, Best Football Community Scheme – Premier League - Shortlisted
  • Football Business Awards, Best Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme - Shortlisted
  • Northwest Football Awards, Community Initiative of the Year (Blue Mile) – Shortlisted
  • Northwest Football Awards – Community Club of the Year – Premier League 
  • Mersey Care Positive Achievement Awards (Girls on Side) - Shortlisted
  • Times Higher Education (THE) Awards, Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community Award (Tackling the Blues)

2015

  • Stadium Business Awards, Outstanding Achievement Award
  • Edge Hill University's Employability Awards Evening, Graduate Employer Award
  • PFA Coaching for Hope Awards, Football4Good (Imagine Your Goals) – shortlisted
  • MBNA North West Football Awards, Premier League Community Club of the Year – shortlisted
  • MBNA North West Football Awards, Community Initiative of the Year (Pass on the Memories) – shortlisted

2014

  • Northwest Football Awards, Community Programme of the Year
  • Football Business Awards, Best Football Community Scheme, Mark of Excellence
  • Excellence in Supply Awards, Mental Health Care Award (Imagine Your Goals) 
  • Excellence in Supply Awards, Community Care Award (Pass on the Memories) 
  • Excellence in Supply Awards, Overall Winners 
  • European ‘Tohus Cup’ Mental Health football champions, (Imagine Your Goals)
  • Charity Times Awards, Cross Sector Partnership of the Year, 'Highly Commended' (in partnership with Mersey Care NHS Trust) 
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, Heart Safe Gym of the Year
  • Third Sector Awards, Highly Commended Fundraising Success Award 
  • Liverpool County Football Association (LCFA) Coach of the Year (Paul Ward, Imagine Your Goals)
  • Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for 'services to the Merseyside community' (Denise Barrett-Baxendale)
  • Merseyside High Sheriff Crimebeat Award, Kirkby Kicks
  • Merseyside High Sheriff Crimebeat Award, Toxteh Kicks
  • Merseyside High Sheriff Crimebeat Award, Viva Kicks
  • Merseyside High Sheriff Crimebeat Award, Ford Lane Community Centre
  • Torch Trophy Award  (Peter Livingstone)
  • Special Achievement Award, Downtown Liverpool in Business ‘Women in Business Awards’ (Denise Barrett-Baxendale)
  • Barclays Community Hero (Paul West)
  • Barclays Community Hero (James Ditchfield)
  • Fellowship in the Liverpool Hope Business School, joining North West branch of the Two Percent Club (Denise Barrett-Baxendale) 

2013 

  • Partnership Working Award, Breakthrough Positive Practice Awards in Mental Health
  • European Mental Health football championship (EASI CUP), (Imagine Your Goals)
  • A Big Society Award 2013, courtesy of Prime Minister and Government
  • Liverpool Echo’s Pride of Merseyside Awards,Charity Organisation Award 'Inside Right'
  • Downtown in Business Awards, Liverpool Woman of the Year (Denise Barrett-Baxendale)
  • Liverpool Older Peoples Awards 2013, Best Older Person Initiative Second Place, 'Pass on the Memories'
  • Mersey Care Positive Achievement Awards, Highly Commended Health and Wellbeing Campaigner (Jonathan Garside)
  • Football Business Awards, Best Football Community Scheme.
  • North West Football Awards, Community Club of the Year.
  • North West Football Awards, Community Initiative of the Year, 'Safe Hands'.
  • Charity Times Awards, Highly Commended Charity Principal of the Year Award (Denise Barrett-Baxendale)
  • UK Heart Safe Awards, Heart Safe Not for Profit Business of the Year.
  • Sefton Sports Awards, Lifetime Achievement Award for sports career in disability football/volleyball and for the disability sports development work within Sefton (Steve Johnson).
  • Military and Civilian Partnership Awards, Health Improvement and Promotion category winners, ‘Inside Right’.
  • Juice FM Inspirational Awards, Community Award.
  • Kickz Awards, Inspiring Young Person of the Year (Jordan Knowles).
  • Kickz Awards, Volunteer of the Year (Andy Whittaker).
  • Social Impact Awards, Fundraiser of the Year  (Carena Duffy).
  • Social Impact Awards, Large Charity of the Year. 

2012

  • PENN Awards, ‘Setting the Stage: Support for Caregivers Staff and Family’ category.(Alder Hey) Patient Experience Network National.
  • PENN Awards, Overall winner (for work at Alder Hey).
  • European ‘Tohus Cup’ Mental Health football champions, (Imagine Your Goals)
  • ‘Investing in Children Award Status’ - Kite mark for the work delivered at Alder Hey.
  • V Inspired Award, 'North West Volunteer of the Year for Bringing Communities Together' (Danny Wilson).
  • Torch Trophy Award  (James Ditchfield).
  • North West Football Awards, 'Community Club of the Year'.
  • Football Business Awards, 'Best Club Community Scheme'.
  • Charity Times Awards, Charity of the Year with an income of £1m - £10m.
  • Annual Halton Sports Awards, Young Volunteer of the Year (Yasmin Ellis).
  • Annual Halton Sports Awards, Young Sports Person of the Year (Connor Webb).
  • Echo Pride of Merseyside Awards, Individual Honour (Steve Johnson).
  • Professional Club Community Programme of the Year, Everton in the Community.
  • Kickz, Programme – Legacy Award for Excellence in Serving the Communities of Merseyside wide and Making a Difference.
  • Viva Kickz Dance Programme – Alternative / Non-Football Award.
  • The LMH Community Engagement Award for Positive Futures.
  • Runner up of the 'P&G UK Impact Award - Tackling Inequality, Empowering Ability'.
  • Golf Foundation – ‘The Mackenzie Award’ for ‘Road to Wentworth’.
  • High Sheriff’s Award, Kickz. 

2011

  • North West Football Awards, ‘Community Scheme of the Year’ (Imagine Your Goals)
  • North West Public Health Award, ‘Imagine Your Goals’.
  • Runner-up 'DSC Social Change Awards – Long-term Impact Award’, Everton in the Community and a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ for Steve Johnson.
  • Runner-up 'DSC Social Change Awards - Everyday Impact Award – Long Term Enterprises’, Everton in the Community.
  • Global Business Excellence Awards, Everton in the Community.
  • North West Public Health Award, Imagine Your Goals Mental Health Programme.
  • MBNA Northern Sports Award, 'Best Grassroots Club Programme'.
  • Stadium Business Awards, 'Best Community Scheme in Europe'.
  • Sport and Recreation Alliance Awards (London), ‘Highly Commended’ in the category of Professional Sports Club Community Programme of the Year.
  • National Sports Industry Awards, 'Community Programme of the Year' – Disability Programme.
  • Kickz, Outstanding Police Contribution.
  • Everton Football Club, Employee of the Year  (Jackie Twort). 

2010 

  • National Sports Industry Award for: ‘Best Community Programme’ (Imagine Your Goals)
  • National Tony Adams Award for: ‘Positive Mental Health’ (Imagine Your Goals)
  • Kickz, Volunteer of the Year Award (Daniel Wilson).
  • Kickz, North West Regional U16’s Award.
  • Premier League Schools Tournament, National Winners (Broughton Hall).
  • North West College Winners, Skelmersdale – Manager, (Andy Gray)
  • Prince’s Trust, 'Breakthrough Achievement Award' (Carl Harper).
  • Dallas Cup Winners, Knowsley Youth – Manager (Andy Gray).
  • Sefton Sports Disabled Person of the Year Award (Joel Taylor).
  • Recognition by Liverpool County FA, Number of International players and six centre of excellence players – Disability.
  • British National Deaf Cup, Everton Deaf team – Runners Up.
  • England Deaf Football League, Everton Deaf team – Runners Up.
  • Under 12 Disability, National Champions.
  • Ladies Deaf, FA National Champions.
  • NW Ability Counts, League Champions – Disability A Band.
  • NW Ability Counts, Cup Champions – Disability A Band.
  • Manchester League Champions, Disability C Band.
  • NW Ability Counts, Disability C Band – League Runners Up