MIRFIELD Rotary club has raised £5,600 for the victims of the Asian tsunami in under a month.
The club launched its appeal on New Year's Day.
Since then, members have held collections, including one at the Co-op supermarket which raised £450.
Donations also came in to the club, including £200 from Mirfield Interact Club at Mirfield Free Grammar School.
The appeal received a big boost when the West Yorkshire Fire Service Band handed over the proceeds of a concert they gave at St Mary's Church in Mirfield.
Mirfield Fire Station also gave £500 and the St Mary's Church choir gave £400.
CARING Lepton youngsters have been washing cars to raise money for victims of the tsunami.
The children set up their service outside Lepton doctors' surgery on Highgate.
Car wash charges, donations, refreshments and a raffle and cake stall in the nearby Methodist church together raised £500.
The children were helped by Skelmanthorpe firefighters.
Helen Jackson, a youth and children worker for the Methodist Church in Huddersfield, organised the event.
She said: "I got two or three youth groups together - the Lepton Pilots, The Ark and the Arkites.
"The kids worked really, really hard. It was great. We had bits and pieces donated as well and thanks to anybody who contributed.
"It was a great effort by the people of Lepton."