CASH raised at a Huddersfield charity dinner may go towards rebuilding a school in quake-hit Pakistan.
The event, hosted by Kirklees Mayor Clr Margaret Fearnley, raised £7,500.
Two hundred people gathered towards the end of last year for the event at the Galpharm Stadium.
They were raising cash to help people left homeless after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck Pakistan and the Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Some £1,590 from the money raised at the dinner will be given to the national Disaster Emergency Committee.
Today Clr Fearnley revealed that Kirklees Council was in talks with the Pakistani Government over using the rest of the cash to support the rebuilding of a school.
She added: "I am very pleased at the support the event attracted.
"I am grateful to everyone who contributed to its success, both in terms of its organisation and donations."
About 80,000 people died in the quake, which struck last October 8.