A charity supporting youngsters with complex and physical disabilities will now receive help from a football club.
The Lewes based Chailey Heritage Foundation works with children and young people by providing education, care and transistion services.
Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club made a pledge to be a part of raising cash for the charity serving Mid Sussex and the wider area.
Sally-Anne Murray, development director at the charity, says the recent news is welcomed.
She said: “We are delighted to be together in the Premier League with Brighton and Hove Albion as their charity partner this season.
“With the club’s supporters behind us, together we can make a real difference to the lives of these young people with complex disabilities.”
The charity is one of the UK’s leading centres for children and young adults with neurological motor impairment.