A HUDDERSFIELD church will start its annual collection for humanitarian aid funds this weekend.
Members of the Huddersfield Seventh Day Adventist Church will make door-to-door calls across Kirklees on Saturday.
They will collect for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).
Last year, the church - which is based at Park Road in Crosland Moor - collected £3,840.
This paid for aid projects including building a health centre in Guyana, constructing a school in Uganda and creating centres for street children in Brazil and Mexico.
Across the UK last year, ADRA raised £518,841 for 11 health, childcare and education projects.
Nine of them were overseas in countries like Ghana, Ethiopia, Nepal and Jamaica.
Money raised during this year's collection will be spent on health and employment projects for Carib Indians in the Dominican Republic.
Projects will also include skills training in Jamaica, education and colleges for Christians in Pakistan, health care services in Nepal and skills training for orphans in Uganda.
Genuine collectors will be happy to show identification.