THE EXAMINER'S Community Chest campaign has a big-name sponsor.
Holset Turbocharger is now on board with the newspaper's biggest-ever cash give away.
Mark McGovern, leader of the company's community action committee in Huddersfield, said: "We're delighted to be involved."
The Examiner launched its £10,000 scheme to benefit local voluntary and non-profit-making groups and clubs last month.
We called on organisations needing cash to speak up - and get the chance to net up to £5,000.
Hopefuls have until Friday to fill in our grant forms. A panel will then choose 10 finalists.
Almost 50 groups are in the running, from sports clubs to community organisations.
The lucky 10 will be showcased in the Examiner early next month.
And every reader will have a chance to help net their favourite good cause some cash, by collecting tokens that appear in the newspaper.
Holset, in St Andrew's Road, Turnbridge, is one of the largest employers in Huddersfield.
It is a world leader in the design and manufacture of turbochargers for medium to heavy-duty diesel engines.
Mr McGovern said: "We're a global company and we're dedicated to making the communities we work in cleaner, healthier and safer."
All the firm's worldwide works - in Brazil, China, India, the UK and the USA - have community action committees.
Employees at Holset in Huddersfield work with local schools, colleges and environmental agencies to create a better town.
Jodie Stephenson, worldwide marketing communications leader, said: "Our policy is to build a brighter future for our local communities.
"When we were approached by the Examiner to be the sponsors of the Community Chest, we felt it was an ideal opportunity."