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27 September 2019

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Huddersfield-born striker supports the Club’s official charity

- Fraizer Campbell shows his support to the Town Foundation
- Striker showed supporters where he grew up in Huddersfield
- Watch the full feature below on #HTTV

Huddersfield Town striker Fraizer Campbell has become an Ambassador for the Town Foundation.

The 32-year-old has returned to his hometown club and immediately made it clear that he wanted to support Town’s official charity and the fantastic work they do in the community!

The Huddersfield Town Foundation strives to use the power of the Football Club to engage, inspire and have a positive impact in our local community.

Fraizer, who was brought up in Lowerhouses, showed #HTTV where he grew up in Huddersfield and detailed why the charity is important to him.

You can watch the full feature below for free!

The Huddersfield Town Foundation Ambassador commented:

“This is my community. I know what it’s like to grow up around Huddersfield, what the people are like and I know what it’s like for young people to meet someone from the same area that’s gone on to do something that they love doing.

“I want to inspire someone to do something good with their lives.

“This one is special to me because I’m from here; it’s a great way to bring everyone together and to strengthen that relationship. I wanted to be a part of it.”

The Town Foundation’s Fans for Foodbanks initiative will continue for the Millwall game!

CLICK HERE to find out more about it.

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