ATTENTION all good causes and community groups!
Do you have any grounds in need of a little tender loving care? A headquarters that want a lick of paint? Some general help with a fun, rewarding task?
Well, the Examiner and Huddersfield Lions Club might be able to help.
We've teamed up to celebrate the Lions' 50th anniversary in Huddersfield.
And we're lining up 50 volunteers who'll each give one day of their time to get stuck into some hard work.
About five community groups will strike it lucky in our big spring week of action, which begins on March 29.
At new year we asked groups who want a little help to come forward.
So far they've been shy to stand up and be counted.
But there's still time to speak up and get involved.
Lions president Jane Armitage said: "We want to hear from groups and organisations who have relatively simple tasks they'd like us to tackle.
"There's no money involved, just hands-on help. Also, maybe we'll be able to help you source materials needed to complete a task, such as free or discounted paint and plants.
"We'll expect you to pitch in and join us, where you can."
Suitable tasks could include planting flowerbeds outside an organisation's building, clearing up a grot-spot or doing some DIY in a community building.
Jane added: "We don't want you to ask us to carry out anything too unpleasant, heavy or difficult.
"So please don't save us your nastiest task.
"We're looking for jobs that will be fun and enjoyable for our volunteers - especially if they'll get to meet new people, too, and learn new skills."
Please write a detailed letter to Jenny Parkin at the Examiner, outlining your project and how long you think it will take to complete.
You can write to her at Queen Street South, Huddersfield HD1 2TD or email jenny. firstname.lastname@example.org
We're looking for jobs that might take five to 10 people a single day to complete.
Groups and organisations must be based within the Examiner's circulation area to be eligible.
Sadly, we can't take on projects for specific individuals.