City supporters are being given the chance to boost Bradford's world-renowned Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit (PSBRU) - by joining the all-new Bantams Lottery.
The lottery was born at the beginning of this season and has been designed to raise vital funds for the PSBRU, which formed in 1985 to treat victims of the Valley Parade Fire Disaster.
The initiative - which also supports the ever-growing Bantams academy - presents the perfect opportunity for City supporters to play a pivotal role in the development of their club, and a fund which has done so much for the people of Bradford.
Director of the PSBRU and consultant plastic surgeon, Ajay Mahajan, was recently awarded a professorship at the University of Bradford and also holds a Doctorate of Medicine in plastic surgery.
Professor Mahajan has urged supporters to help fund even more of the PSBRU's progress.
He said: "Carrying out research is an expensive affair, therefore any money which finds us is greatly appreciated.
"It gives us the security to be able to continue with our work, in the future.
"The money we have recieved so far has seen the unit grow from strength to strength, on a national and international scale.
"The lottery adds to these funds, making it vital for people to sign up. The mere fact we are still around today is solely due to this club's suppporters.
"The fans of this club have always been our biggest supporters and have kept our research unit going, over the years.
"I am very grateful towards this football club for helping us both establish and continue the work we do.
"We remeber the lives affected by the disaster every year and try do our bit to remember them through out work.
"It is great to know we have this continuing income source which will hopefully allow us to ensure we continue making forward steps for years to come."
Supporters are urged to sign up for the Bantams Lottery - to help ensure the development of the PSBRU and the club's academy - by CLICKING HERE.