BLUES fans, players and the Chester public are being asked by Chester City Supporters' Trust to back a KitAid appeal at tomorrow's Barnet match.
KitAid, which has former England boss Graham Taylor as its patron, recycles no-longer-wanted football kit and sends them to less privileged children and adults across Africa, India and some of the poorest countries in the world.
The Trust's Kevin Jones said: 'We're appealing to both football fans and the local community to clear out their cupboards and donate any unwanted football kit to the appeal. Kits can be dropped off at the club shop before and after the match.'
Trust chairman Paul Reid added: 'We can guarantee that all donations will be received with big smiles on the faces of children and adults across the world.'