TOWN’S players will wear special Marie Curie warm-up T-shirts ahead of their League I clash against Rochdale on Tuesday night to help raise awareness of the Cancer Care Trust.
The Club are taking part in fundraising activities over the next few days in a bid to raise as much money as possible for the Marie Curie Cancer Trust.
It’s the dedicated Marie Curie Football Week and all league clubs are doing their bit.
Town’s players will warm-up on Tuesdaywearing Marie Curie T-shirts as seen being worn by Scott Arfield and Jordan Rhodes (pictured).
The players will also wear special limited edition home shirts featuring the Marie Curie logo. Following the game the T-shirts and playing shirts will be auctioned with proceeds going towards the trust.
Additionally, Lee Clark, Andy Booth and a few of the Town players will be planting daffodil bulbs on the afternoon of the Rochdale game down at Town’s new Canalside complex.
Town supporters can also plant a bulb for a small donation towards Marie Curie.
Marie Curie Cancer Care was established in 1948. More than 2,700 healthcare professionals help provide care.
Town chief executive Nigel Clibbens said: “As a club we pride ourselves on our backing of local and national good causes.Š We try and go the extra mile.Š Times are tough and despite all their good work these organisations are feeling the strain. Everyone needs to do what they can and Huddersfield Town is no exception.”
To make a £3 donation to Marie Curie, text GOAL followed by Huddersfield Town to 70300 to help support Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Texts cost £3 plus your standard network charge. Marie Curie Cancer Care will receive at least £2.27 from every donation; some networks pay out 100%.