Coaches from the Reds' official charity ran a day's worth of sessions designed to teach kids new skills and introduce them to the visiting club at the outset of their pre-season USA tour.
Founded in 2007, Camp Harbor View welcomes 11- to 14-year-olds from the local area, many of them from underprivileged backgrounds, and provides new experiences.
In a location blessed by almost faultlessly fine weather and flanked on either side by glistening water, those enrolled can try sailing, rock-climbing and many more activities.
And today that included football, with Liverpool ambassadors Robbie Fowler and Ian Rush on hand to offer tips and tricks on the game from their illustrious careers.
"We've come out to coach the kids, try to teach them a few skills and hopefully get a few more Liverpool fans for the future," said Forbes Duff of the Foundation. "Soccer over here isn't a big sport but some of them have heard of the key players such as Steven Gerrard.
"We're trying to let them know that Liverpool Football Club isn't just about the first team, there are lots of other things that we do. It's great for Ian and Robbie to come down and share a bit of their knowledge with the kids.
"The big aim is to try to engage with as many young people as possible. It's not just all football this week; we're doing different things with Perkins School for the Blind, we're going to the children's hospital.
"We're basically trying to put a smile on young people's faces and show that Liverpool Football Club is a global family."
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There certainly were smiles on faces as the children learned the techniques of control, dribbling, shooting, heading and more, engaging all the while with Fowler and Rush.
Faces were brightened further still by the arrival of mascot Mighty Red, who even exhibited his football talent with some impressive keepy-up ability.
Cara Gould, camp director, commented: "The kids think they are so special because this amazing team that is internationally known and world renowned comes out to spend time with them. It's fabulous.
"We come here and try to expose them to new opportunities. Some things are a hard sell. But when you bring Liverpool out, everyone is like: 'OK, I'll try soccer today'. Then you never know what they discover.
"Some of the kids find that they actually love it, that they are better at it than they thought or the coaches teach them some skills they didn't know they had. All of a sudden, it's a new opportunity that they may end up pursuing."
Also in attendance was Linda Pizzuti, a patron of the Foundation, who was delighted to witness at close quarters the helpful work being conducted on site.
"We're very excited to have them here at Camp Harbor View," she said. "They have 900 kids every summer to have a true camp experience. This is a really special programme and it's a really special place in the city.
"We're proud of what we do on the field, but we're also proud of what we do off the field. What we do off the field reflects our values as a club. I'm very proud to be a small part of the club and our values of being a family, being loyal and being part of the community. It's really inspiring."