TOWN fans plan to walk to the team's match at Barnsley - to help their fellow supporters.
The group want to raise more money to fund special TV equipment at the Galpharm Stadium.
The giant screen, installed in one of the hospitality boxes, is a boon to visually-impaired fans.
It was the brainchild of Richard Scrivener and his son Chris, who plan to join the walkers early on Saturday.
Chris, 14, who is a student at Brighouse High School, has a condition known as Leber's Optic Atrophy.
It means he is gradually losing his sight.
He has been a Town fan for the past 10 years and goes to games with his dad, who has followed the club for 37 years.
The family live in Woodhouse Lane, Brighouse.
They will be joined at the Galpharm on Saturday morning by other fans to make the trek to Barnsley's Oakwell ground, in time for the 3pm kick-off.
Among those joining them will be officials from the Patrons Association, the Supporters Club and the Supporters Trust.
They include Andrea Lohmann, Stan Frontczak and Robert Pepper.
Robert, a Trust official, said: "Richard has installed special TV equipment in one of the boxes and has made the facility available to other people with visual impairment.
"In order to help fund it, they are walking from the Galpharm to Barnsley in time to watch Town's game and are appealing for as many people as possible to sponsor them.
"We will be joining Richard and Chris and we set off on Saturday at 7.30am, hoping to arrive in time for refreshments before the kick-off.
"Barnsley FC have also agreed to a bucket collection for Town supporters that day."
Anyone wanting to sponsor the walkers can do so by phoning Robert Pepper on 01484 321898 or e-mailing email@example.com