CelticFC Foundation

About Us


Q: What is Celtic FC Foundation?

A: Celtic FC Foundation upholds and promotes the charitable principles and heritage of Celtic Football Club. In doing so, Celtic FC Foundation delivers change and purpose to the Celtic Family and beyond. 

The Foundation’s ethos is typified by a determination to create opportunities for society’s most vulnerable and marganlised groups – principally, we address root causes of poverty by equipping individuals with the tools and means to reverse inequality Charity is fundamental to Celtic’s identity, and as the Club’s charitable arm, we recognise the enormous importance and responsibility of honouring the legacy of our founding father, Brother Walfrid. 


Q: What is the priority of Celtic FC Foundation?

A: Our priority is to provide assistance to those who face daily challenges within our key priority areas; Health, Equality, Learning and Poverty (HELP). In addition we offer support in the form of delivery and/or partnership to external charities and other organisations who offer value in the community and whose principles fit within these key priority areas.

We aim to:

1. Improve Health

2. Promote Equality

3. Encourage Learning

4. Tackle Poverty

Celtic FC Foundation Trustees

There are currently four members on our Board of Trustees. The Trustees are responsible for ensuring the charitable traditions and values of the Celtic FC Foundation are maintained, while managing, agreeing and actioning the distribution of funds.

  • Chairman - Chris Traynor, CEO, BE Capital Group
  • Peter Lawwell, CEO, Celtic Football Club
  • Eric Riley, Non Executive Director of the Board,  Celtic PLC
  • Kerry Keenan, Head of Marketing & Multimedia, Multimedia, Celtic Football Club 
  • Stephen Glancey, CEO, C&C Group
  • Martin Brown, Managing Director, Fleet Alliance Limited
  • Mark Cameron, CoorsTek Ltd

Chief Executive
Tony Hamilton
Email: th@celticfc.com
Telephone: +44-141-551-4321 
Twitter: @PolishTurnstile

How To Donate

Give By Text

Donate via Text Text CELT07 followed by £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070