Sheffield United are proud to be supporting two fantastic causes at Saturday's Premier League fixture against Norwich City.
The Blades have designated the clash against the Canaries to show our support for Weston Park Cancer Charity, one of the club's official charity partners, who help thousands of people locally every year.
On Saturday, the charity is looking to promote their 'Walk as One' event which will take place on Sunday 3rd May in Endcliffe Park, to mark Weston Park's 50th year.
United fans are invited to take part in the four-mile waterside walk or 10-mile challenge route as the city comes together to raise funds and celebrate the hospital by enjoying a fun-filled day outdoors.
For many Blades and their families, it'll be a special chance to remember a loved one and to walk in their memory, whilst continuing to help thousands of other families currently facing cancer.
Blades fans are also asked to 'Bring a Quid for Weston Park and throw their £1 into the various bucket collectors placed around the stadium.
Meanwhile, the club have also invited PACES, our Academy nominated charity to S2 for the game against Daniel Farke's side, as United continue to show their support for Level Playing Field (LPF)
There will be 30 pupils and parents coming from the school which supports children and adults with neurological conditions, offering them conductive education programmes to transform their lives.
The group will spend time in our Blades Family Hub prior to kick-off and at half-time there will be a video rendition of 'Annie's Song' played on the big-screen which the pupils have worked hard on practising in recent weeks.
Players from both teams and Captain Blade will wear LPF t-shirts during the warm-ups as the club continue to promote a positive, inclusive experience for disabled fans.