Hibs will be hosting a foodbank collection in partnership with the team at Helping Hands ahead of Saturday’s game against Aberdeen.
Helping Hands are committed to ensuring that the items collected will get to those who need it most at a difficult time of the year for so many in the local community.
The volunteers will be out in force from 12pm on Saturday, right through until kick-off.
The Hibs’ Clubstore will act as a drop-off point all this week for fans unable to attend the game.
Recommended items include milk (UHT or powdered), sugar, cartons of juice, canned soup, pasta sauces, canned tomatoes, canned rice pudding, teabags, instant coffee, instant mash potato, rice, pasta, canned fish and meat, canned fruit, jam, biscuits and snack bars.
Head Coach Jack Ross has praised the efforts of those involved and said: “It’s tremendous that we have a group of supporters doing this valuable work.
“I’d urge all fans coming to the game to help make sure the collection organised by Helping Hands is a great success.”
Helping Hands will also accept donations towards their Toys For Kids initiative and more details can be found on the Hibernian FC website.