HUDDERSFIELD Giants director Paul Morgan reckons fans have two big reasons to come down to tomorrow's supporters' forum at the Galpharm Stadium (6.45 for 7.30).
For not only will they have the chance to ask questions of a panel made up exclusively of club staff at an event which costs just £2 for adults and £1 for concessions.
But they will also be raising funds for the Super League club's flourishing Academy by turning up at the English Partnerships Suite (in the main stand).
"It's been shown time and time again that a successful Academy is crucial to a successful first team," said Morgan, one of seven directors who back up chairman Ken Davy.
"Our Under 18s have really taken off of late, and it's been tremendous to see it happening.
"We scored a thrilling 33-32 victory over Leeds, then went over to Hull, which has always been a real hotbed of rugby talent, and won convincingly.
"Into the bargain, it was done without Tom Hemingway, who is eligible to play but has moved up into the senior squad and impressed us all with his performance in the Super League game down at London on Sunday."
Huddersfield also have three players, Luke George, Chris Lawson and Leroy Cudjoe, in the Yorkshire squad for the Under 17 Origin clash with Lancashire which will be a curtain-raiser to Sunday's Powergen Challenge Cup semi-final between Leeds and Toulouse at the Galpharm.
Morgan added: "Obviously we all want to see further success, and by attending tomorrow, fans will be playing their part in achieving it.
"In addition, they have the chance to ask any question they want, and the panel will be happy to answer.
"In the past, we've invited people from outside the club to take questions, but this time, it's a purely Giants affair, and we'll have representatives from the board, the playing staff and the coaching staff.
"I know from reading the Examiner letters colums that there are a lot of passionate fans out there who have strong opinions.
"Tomorrow provides the perfect chance for them to come down, ask that question they've always wanted an answer to, and tell us what we're doing right - or wrong.
"We're keen to hear all views, whether positive or negative."