The Foundation

The Anthony Walker Foundation was established in 2006 after the racially motivated murder of Anthony in Huyton, just outside of Liverpool. Anthony’s family and friends did not want his murder to be another statistic and wanted his name to live on with a positive, lasting legacy.

The Anthony Walker Foundation works to tackle racism, hate crime and discrimination by providing educational opportunities, victim support services and by promoting equity and inclusion for all.


Our vision is one of a global society where race, religion and ethnicity do not label any person or put them at risk; where racial intolerance/violence is unacceptable and cultural diversity is embraced.


Our mission is promoting racial harmony through education, sport, the arts and support people and communities who have experienced hate crime.

We Do

What we do is respond to the many hate crimes happening today with our victim support services; whilst working toward a better future through our education and influencing work.

The Anthony Walker Foundation has a track record of delivering successful projects which promote anti-racism, educate and empower young people and support victims of racism and hate crime.

In the last 5 years, the Anthony Walker Foundation has worked with nearly 40,000 young people through educational and outreach programmes; supported nearly 10,000 people who have experienced hate crime; and has engaged with thousands of community members in a bid to build safer, stronger and more thriving communities.

Board of Trustees

Gee Walker (Vice Chair)
Founder and Patron

Dr Martin Carey
Director at Everton football club
Dominique Walker (Vice Chair)
Lecturer at Liverpool John
Moores University
Dr. Richard Benjamin
Director at International
Slavery Museum