Leicester City have honoured their late owner
Previously known as the LCFC Foxes Foundation, the entity has raised nearly £2m for local charities, also helping fund the renovation of the Leicester Royal Infirmary's Children's Outpatient Ward and acquiring life-saving equipment for the Children's Intensive Care Unit.
The LCFC Foxes Foundation has been renamed The Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Foundation in honour of Leicester City’s late Chairman.— Leicester City (@LCFC) November 6, 2018
The 60-year-old was one of five individuals who died in a helicopter crash while attempting to leave the King Power Stadium after the Foxes drew 1-1 with West Ham on October 27.
He acquired control of the club in 2010 and they made incredible strides under his ownership, even winning the Premier League title in 2016.
"Since its formation in 2011/12, the Foundation has raised almost £2M for local charities, helping fund a renovation of Leicester Royal Infirmary’s Children’s Outpatient Ward and life-saving equipment desperately needed by the Children’s Intensive Care Unit.
Leicester are also set to auction various items off in order to raise money for the newly-renamed foundation.
Jamie Vardy's executive box, which seats 10 people, will be among things available for Leicester's home game against Burnley on Saturday. The striker's 'Khun Vichai' which he wore against Cardiff on the weekend boots will also be up for grabs, while Kasper Schmeichel's gloves can be had for a winning bid as well.
Successful bidders will be notified on Thursday morning.