VOTE: Which charity should the Imps Youth Academy help?
People can vote for which charity they think should be partnered with the Imps Youth Academy.
The Future Imps Fund was launched this week, along with a new sponsorship scheme, to help support budding sports stars.
It was after Lincoln City saw a £50,000 shortfall in cash to keep their youth policy alive when central funding ceased from the Football League.
Now, a new charity partner initiative for the Youth Academy is being launched too.
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Three charities have been shortlisted and the winner will be whichever one receives the highest number of online votes.
The charity that wins will become the Lincoln City Football Club Youth Academy’s charity partner until the end of the 2014-15 season.
The winning charity will also get five per cent of all donations to the Youth Academy 100 club.
If the club reaches its target of 100 members, each donating £25 a month, it means the chosen charity could land £2,500.
Head of youth Damian Froggatt said: “We wanted to recognise the fantastic support the Youth Academy is receiving from the local community by giving something back.
“Appointing a charity partner seemed the right thing to do.
“The football club has its own charitable partner each year and currently works with Macmillan Cancer Support.
“The Board of Directors was very supportive of the Youth Academy adopting the same idea.”
The closing date for voting is Thursday 31st October and the winning charity will be announced shortly after this date.