The Jason Roberts Foundation has recently featured in the 35th edition of the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) 4ThePlayer magazine.

In a four-page spread from pages 16 – 19, the article features an interview with JRF CEO Otis Roberts – Jason Robert’s Uncle and a former footballer – who talks about the journey over the last 14-years from when the charity was launched in 2007, up to today and the success in supporting marginalised communities in the borough of Brent and Grenada, in the Caribbean.

The PFA has been instrumental in ensuring the successful launch of the Foundation and the Community Team have been a source of information and support for more than a decade, working on several initiatives including sport, health, education, and careers.

The PFA Charity has recently awarded JRF with a grant to support the newly launched Inspire to Achieve Heritage Project (funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund), which will uncover the histories of Footballers who paved the way for current players.

The PFA helps any player who is interested in launching their own Player Foundation and the JRF team are grateful for their continued support.

If you would like to see a digital copy of the magazine, please contact and we will be happy to email this to you.