Local schoolchildren are being encouraged to collect food for the traditional Harvest celebrations as the Club continues its support for the Luton Foodbank.
The school that donates the most non-perishable food items will win the accolade of Foodbank Harvest Champions and will win tickets for a Luton Town match at Kenilworth Road.
Here (pictured) are schoolchildren from Whitefield Primary School dropping off their donation at the charity's warehouse last year.
The Luton Foodbank were announced as our Charity of the Year at the start of the current season.
It aims to eradicate food poverty in our town by handing out food parcels to families who are struggling with the pressures of low income.
Luton Foodbank service users are able to benefit from food parcels, which are supplied free of charge, are nutritionally balanced and appropriate to their needs.
In addition, the charity supports healthy eating initiatives in local schools as well as Fairtrade programmes.
If you would like to learn more about supporting the Luton Foodbank, or would like to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01582 725 838