World Cup referee Howard Webb recently presented a cheque to the North Anston based children's hospice close to his heart, Bluebell Wood.
Howard, who is a patron of the charity, was recently guest speaker at the Football Safety Officers Association (FSOA) 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner at Harrogate, and requested that his fee be donated to Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Howard said: "It's nice to be able to give something back to the local community and after visiting Bluebell on numerous occasions I think they are a very deserving charity.
"I really support the fantastic work they do and I'm honoured to be a patron."
World cup referee Howard Webb is going back to school for a charity football match ahead of the European Championships. He'll be at St Bernard's Catholic School in Rotherham helping fundraise for pupils to do charity work in South Africa.
Rotherham referee Howard Webb will be in charge of the final men's football qualifier for the Olympic Games. Oman is taking on Senegal at the play off on Monday. His Assistants will be Stephen Child and Mike Mullarkey. Martin Atkinson is the Fourth Official.