Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being asked to vote for who they think should win the Albion in the Community Award.
Each season AITC nominates 11 people from across its programmes that deserve special recognition.
Fans are then asked to vote for the person they think most deserves to win the Albion in the Community Award.
Voting will run until Saturday 3rd March and the winner will be announced at the club’s end of season players’ awards.
Last year AITC received more than 1,000 votes, with Callum Ronald from the charity’s football and further education programme named the overall winner.
Matt Dorn, chief executive at AITC, said: “Each year we work with around 30,000 people so it's always incredibly difficult to choose a shortlist of just 11 names.
“We run 60 different programmes and hopefully our finalists illustrate not only the wide variety of work that we do throughout Sussex but also the amazing dedication and passion shown by the people we work with.
“Any of our nominees would be worthy winners and they should all be incredibly proud to be shortlisted.”
The full list of nominees – and why they were short-listed – can be found on here on AITC’s website.
Fans can vote online via the link here.