Town Foundation are asking for Easter Egg donations at the Watford game
- Fans for Foodbanks initiative has benefitted the Welcome Centre and Batley Foodbank
- Supporters can donate items at this weekend’s game against Watford
- Donations of Easter Eggs would be greatly appreciated
The ‘Fans for Foodbanks’ initiative continues to make a positive impact in the local area and the Town Foundation, in association with HTSA, is urging the Terriers’ community to come together and continue their support at the weekend’s community game against Watford.
The month of April marks a year since the Town Foundation placed foodbanks donation bins around the John Smith’s Stadium for home matches, which also happened to be last year’s community fixture, when Watford were also the visitors on that day.
Since then, organisations such as The Welcome Centre in Huddersfield and the Batley Foodbank have been recipients of the 7,738 long shelf life items that Town fans have generously donated in that time, with popular donations including tinned beans, vegetables and toiletries.
Supporters can continue to donate to the initiative at Saturday’s game against Watford with branded bins located around the John Smith’s Stadium and PPG Canalside.
For more information please CLICK HERE or go to htafcfoundation.com.