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Huddersfield Town's Huge Efforts For Charity Sponsor


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Huddersfield Town and Yorkshire Air Ambulance recently announced that a staggering £251,514 has been raised by the 'Keep It Up' campaign in the 2010/11 season, taking the total combined amount across the first two years of the campaign to £371,683!

This amazing total wouldn't have been possible without the fantastic support from the 'Yorkshire Knights', the 'Pedal for Pounds 2' cyclists and everyone who has donated to 'Keep It Up' throughout the season.

Town's Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented: "For 'Keep It Up' to have raised over a quarter of a million pounds this year alone is a testament to the character and generous nature of our fans."

"On behalf of the Club, I'd like to say a huge 'thank you' to anyone who has supported the campaign, be it by sponsoring a cyclist, recycling their clothes in a KIU bank or displaying a white rose on their car - it has all contributed to the phenomenal total."

The money raised wlll go towards equipment, coaching costs and running feesfor Town's Academy, and towards the running and maintainence costs of YAA's two life saving helicopters.

This season we are hoping to build upon the amount raised for the 'Keep It Up' campaign so far.

For more information on the 'Keep It Up' campaign, please contact robyn.deegan@htfac.com.


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