Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being asked to bring any unwanted clothes to the next home match against Fulham at the Amex next Saturday as part of the don’t dump it, donate it campaign by local charity, Off the Fence.
Off the Fence are one of the club's charity partners for the 2014/15 season, and are committed to helping the homeless community in Brighton & Hove.
With winter rapidly approaching, the charity is drawing attention to the hundreds of homeless people in Brighton and Hove who spend night after night in freezing temperatures.
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There will be a number of collection bins outside the stadium for supporters to drop off winter clothing, and fans can donate unwanted coats, waterproof clothing, thick socks, shoes, old woolly hats, gloves and scarves.
Off the Fence volunteers will also be rattling their buckets and collecting donations at next weekend's match - so please give generously.
Meanwhile, former Albion defender Guy Butters took part in the Big Sleep Out, to help raise awareness and funds for Off the Fence and their work. You can still donate to Guy's JustGiving page.
Click here to find out more about Off the Fence.