Scores of Incommunities’ staff donned claret and amber colours this week to raise funds for Bradford Burns Unit.
They wore Bradford City team colours and donated £330 to a bucket collection at The Quays.
Incommunities joined local schools and businesses in holding a Claret and Amber Day (11th May) to mark the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire.
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities Group Chief Executive, said: “This anniversary is an extremely poignant one for the district and indeed for a number of Incommunities’ staff.
“Colleagues were really keen to support the fundraising day and show their respect for those who lost their lives or were injured at this tragic event.”
“We were delighted to raise funds to support the invaluable work of the Bradford Burns Unit.”