THE Examiner's Community Chest cash giveaway is back.
And this year it's bigger than ever.
In the last two years we have given away just over £22,000, £12,000 in 2005 and £10,050 in 2006, to a host of community groups.
But this year, thanks to Barclays, a whopping £15,000 is up for grabs.
As long as you are a voluntary organisation that works for the good of your local community, you could be in with a chance of landing a slice of the cash.
To put your organisation forward, all you have to do is complete our entry form (available to download via the Community Chest link on this website).
A shortlist of entries will then be drawn up and the public will be asked to vote on which causes they think are most deserving.
Michael Richardson, branch manager of Barclays in Huddersfield, said he was delighted to be supporting the Examiner's initiative.
He said: "Our involvement in the community is about much more than simply donating money - we strive to strengthen the local communities in which we live and work.
"Wherever we are, our staff are always part of the local community.
"We support a broad range of causes, from local schools to centres for older people, kids' sports facilities and local hospices.
"If it's close to home, whether large or small, and it really matters to the local community, we help through donations, skills and expertise.
"The Huddersfield Daily Examiner's Community Chest programme is a way in which we can help to make a big difference to local causes that have touched the hearts of our customers and the Huddersfield Daily Examiner readers.
"We encourage readers to use their voting slips to make sure that their chosen cause is nominated and look forward to finding worthy local causes that can benefit from this great Community Chest programme".
Examiner editor Roy Wright said: "We had a fantastic response to last year's Community Chest and, with even more money in the pot, we hope this year it will be even bigger.
"This is a great way to give a boost to people who devote their time and energies, in often difficult circumstances, to helping their communities.
"We look forward to giving a helping hand to deserving causes once again."
The closing date for entries is Monday, June 4.
We will be featuring reports on last year's winners in forthcoming editions of the Examiner.