Huddersfield Town have announced their 'Keep it Up' campaign last season generated £251,514 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance service - taking the club's total funds raised for the cause to £371,683.

The money raised will go towards equipment, coaching costs and running fees for Town's Academy, and towards the maintenance and running costs of YAA's two life-saving helicopters.

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

There will be many different ways of getting involved with the campaign - keep checking htafc.com for updates on how you can play a part.

"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," said Town's Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis.

"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 by displaying a white rose on their car- it has all contributed to this phenomenal total."

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

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

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