A Non League team in Buckinghamshire will allow spectators to watch one of their games for free on the basis that unwanted clothes are donated to two charitable organisations.

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos, who play their games at Haywood Way, will split the contributed clothing into two sections.

In one bin will be sports gear, such as unwanted football shirts which will be sent to the Kit Aid charity in Africa.

The clothes will then get dispersed to children who live in the poorest regions in the continent.

The second bin will be for clothing that is not related to sports, and this will be sent to the Ukraine Humanitarian appeal.

These will be items such as jumpers, shoes, socks, gloves and hats.

The drive will take place on Saturday, March 26 when Dynamos take on Risborough Rangers in their Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division league match.

Dynamos’ chairman, Mike ‘Bozz’ Borrett exclusively told the BFP: “We’re a community club and we do bits for our community, but we want to help people with a bit more of an outreach and a bit further afield.

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“It’s our duty to do things like this, we have to do stuff like and to see everyone come together is only a good thing.”

It is not the first time that Non League clubs in the county have done their bit to help charities this season.

In December, Beaconsfield Town allowed fans to watch one of their matches for free in exchange for a toy that would be donated to a local children’s hospital.

The Rams also hosted a free day this month as they raised £1,500 for the mental health charity, Mind.

Flackwell Health also raised money for Prostate Cancer UK in January by holding a free day for spectators, following the news that their chairman, Terry Glynn, had defeated the illness for a second time.

Each of these three matches had high attendances compared to other fixtures they have played this season.

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Aylesbury’s fixture against Risborough is on the same weekend as the international break in the footballing calendar.

Currently, Dynamos are 11th in the table whilst Risborough are second.

For more information about the clothes drive, you can contact the club via Twitter or Facebook.

Additionally, if you would like to donate your unwanted clothes to either the Kit Aid for Africa cause, or to the civilians in Ukraine, please click on the hyperlinks for more information.