SEVEN charities are set to benefit from the second year of a Huddersfield Town community scheme.
Fans are again being asked to support their team at home matches and help raise money for good causes.
Last season, the Season of Promise scheme raised more than £10,000 for six charities in the area.
Town supporters are again being asked to buy tickets for the Examiner's Community Enclosure at nominated charity matches.
One third of the ticket price goes to the chosen charity.
The first Season of Promise match, on Saturday, September 29, will be in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief. The Examiner will also be organising competitions and give-aways on the day.
Town's Season of Promise manager Sue Fitton said: "The scheme was so successful last year that lots of charities wanted to be involved. We asked them to apply and chose seven, which we hope lots of fans will want to support."
The charities are: Barnardo's, the Laura Crane Trust, Kirkwood Hospice, Save the Children, the West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust, Scope in Huddersfield and Macmillan Cancer Relief.
Tickets for the enclosure during the special matches cost £10 for adults and £1 for children. Huddersfield groups can also sell tickets for the enclosure to raise money for their own activities.
Tickets for the matches can be bought from Sue Fitton on 01484 484143.