LHFC, a not-for-profit community interest company, has members from about 24 hostels playing in three divisions and has started women's teams, which offer the same support and tackle domestic violence.
Many of those from LHFC who gain the qualifications work on the food truck where they learn valuable, employable skills in cash handling, catering and food handling.
The sponsorship cheque was presented to LHFC by The Sovini Group CEO, Roy Williams, on the kick-off of the Spirit of Merseyside League.
The sponsorship will enable LHFC to cover transport, pitch hire, referee fees, and much-needed training equipment.
Mount Athletic led the charge with a 12-0 win at Rockville with LHFC
close behind after they beat Hope Street Raiders 10-3.
Mount Park top-scored across the divisions, hammering Wavertree Park 10-3 while the Claremont went nap without reply by beating Walton Athletic 5-0 and Rockville drew 4-4 against LHFC
Goals from Clifton (2), Longworth, Court and Crockett gave Mount Athletic a 5-0 win at LHFC
while Sibbald (2) and Crighton efforts saw Liverpool Hibernia win 3-2 against The Claremont.
IN the I Zingari Combination mixed results from clubs in Intermediate Cup action saw Lomax beat LHFC
7-4 while Rockville also fell at the first beaten 7-2 by Fleetwood Hesketh.
continue to impress in the First Division as they recorded an 8-3 win over Dynamo Maghull anchored by a four-goal salvo from Dermott which was supplemented by further goals from Grey (2), Purcell and O'Neil.
THE I Zingari Football Combination kicked off the new season and in Division One, LHFC
got off to a flying start after goals from Dermot, O'Neill and Purcell gave them a tight but vital 3-2 win over Walton Athletic as Mersey Harps recorded the same score line beating Rockville 3-2 thanks to a Murphy double and a Kelly effort.
paid for Carl to qualify as a Level 2 football coach; he has been CRB checked and now has a business plan.
Liverpool CMS RAFFA beat Hope Street Raiders by a tight margin winning 1-0 while LHFC
capitulated 6-2 at home to Garston Derby who netted via Robson (3), Morley and Savage.