A GOLF equipment discount company based in Huddersfield has raised £11,000 for charity.
During January, Direct Golf UK gave £1 from every customer order. The money will go to the NSPCC and the United Nations Children's Fund, Unicef, to help victims of the tsunami disaster.
The company was set up in 1993 and has stores around the country - including one on Leeds Road - and also sells through a website.
Direct Golf managing director John Andrew said: "It was impossible not to be affected by the tragic events of December 26.
"All at Direct Golf UK were unanimous in their wish to support needy children, both at home and abroad, through these two worthy charities."
Louis Coles, Unicef's regional fundraising manage, said: "This donation will help Unicef, to continue to make a long and lasting difference to the lives of children across the globe."
He added: "Thanks to the support of Direct Golf UK, Unicef can continue to save children by providing medicines, safe, clean drinking water and the education they are entitled to in some of the poorest countries in the world."
NSPCC Yorkshire spokesman Paul Cartledge said: "The donation of Direct Golf UK is extremely valuable and much appreciated.
"It is only through the enthusiasm and generosity of supporters like Direct Golf UK that we can run our community-based projects in 14 Yorkshire towns and cities which are preventing child abuse and helping victims every day."