Harborough Rugby Club has handed a £1,000 boost to the Air Ambulance Charity.
The club dedicated some of the profits from its 2017 Summer Ball towards its chosen charity.
The cheque of £1,000 was recently handed over to Richard Clutterbuck from Air Ambulance Charity – a lifesaving service which receives no government funding - by rugby club representatives Ed Sanderson, Adrian Neal, and Yvonne Copson.
Phil Jarvis, club chairman, said: “We are pleased to have the air ambulance as our chosen charity.
“We really appreciate the rapid response times to medical emergencies by the crews – with some of these incidents taking place on our local sports grounds.”
Mr Jarvis said the club has also recently agreed to support The Wooden Spoon Charity, a national rugby charity which aims to transform the lives of children and young people who live with a disability.
For more information about the Air Ambulance Charity, which includes the air ambulance crews which cover Leicestershire and Northamptonshire, visit theairambulanceservice.org.uk.