The QPR first team squad have made a five-figure donation to support survivors of the Philippines typhoon.
The Loftus Road club has donated an undisclosed sum to AirAsia’s To Philippines with Love campaign after Typhoon Haiyan killed more than 5,000 people last month.
The football club’s chairman Tony Fernandes (pictured), who was born in Malaysia, is the founder of the budget airline which is one of the club's main sponsors.
QPR skipper, Clint Hill, said: “We were all devastated to see the destruction left by super typhoon Haiyan.
“We were made aware of the incredible work Tony Fernandes and AirAsia are doing to provide support and we wanted to contribute ourselves.
“Hopefully our donation, coupled with the money raised by the supporters at the Charlton match, can go some way to aiding the relief operation in the Philippines.”
The club arranged for British Red Cross to collect donations at a home game against Charlton Athletic on November 23.
To support the cause, visit www.airasiafoundation.com/typhoonhaiyan .