Liam Scully is Chief Executive of Club Doncaster (Formerly Doncaster Rovers) Community Sports & Education Foundation, a Member of the Football League Trust Advisory Board, Chair of the Team Doncaster Inclusion and Fairness Forum and Trustee at the Asian Sports Foundation. Liam is also a Hall of Fame member with the National Apprenticeship Service which he was inducted into in recognition of his 13 year career which started as one of the first ever apprentices to be hosted at a professional football club.
Liam is committed to his work with the registered charity that works with young people and adults across Doncaster on a number of levels in order to improve their lives and the local community. Club Doncaster Foundation is a development of Doncaster Rovers Foundation to reflect new strategic partnerships and alliances with Doncaster Rovers, Doncaster Rugby League Club and the Keepmoat Stadium. Key focuses for the foundation are post-16 education, citizenship, raising aspiration levels in schools & increasing sports participation.
Away from his work with the Foundation, Liam is also a keen fundraiser and over a 10 year period has raised over £100,000 for a range of national and international charities including NSPCC, Education for Life (Kenya), and LCP (Little Children of the Philippines). A crowning moment for Liam and his charity work was when he project managed and completed the DRFC Inca Trek which was completed over seven days in temperatures ranging from -14Oc to +35oC. Liam, fellow Doncaster businessmen and a number of Doncaster Rovers players and backroom staff, completed the Trek in record time, along the way collectively raising £75,000 for the NSPCC.