Preston North End are backing the Cancer Deadline Day campaign, which is supporting six cancer charities by asking supporters of clubs across the country to make a transfer for cancer.
The initiative uses the close of the transfer window to raise awareness of cancer by requesting donations to ‘give cancer the boot’.
Donations to Cancer Deadline Day are split between six charities; Macmillan Cancer Support, Prostate Cancer UK, Pancreatic Cancer UK, Young Lives vs Cancer, the Ruth Strauss Foundation and the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
The club's coaching staff will be wearing Cancer Deadline Day pin badges during Saturday's game against Swansea City at Deepdale to promote the campaign
Fans’ donations are gathered into a league table, which shows how much has been raised by fans of the respective clubs involved. View the league table by clicking here.
PNE supporters can donate via text, by scanning the QR code provided in the matchday programme and also situated in posters on the stadium concourses, and via JustGiving.
Text ‘Club10 Preston’ to 70660 to donate £10 or alternatively use ‘Club20 Preston’ for £20, or ‘Club30 Preston’ to donate £30.