The postponement of a game earlier this month left Brentford FC with some unused supplies which were donated to a local charity. The Bees were due to play Bristol City on Satuday 2 January but the game was called off the evening before. This postponement came after preparations for the game inside the stadium had been made.

The Club was left with sandwiches, milk and other suppliedo on site that would not be used. A decision was made to donate it to a local charity. A delivery was made to Penny Wade House, in Richmond.

Penny Wade House is a hostel run by SPEAR, a charity for people experiencing homelessness in South-West London. SPEAR's mission is to enable people experiencing homelessness in South and West London to find secure accommodation and work towards a positive future. Tha charity strives for communities in which anyone facing or experiencing homelessness can quickly move into secure accommodation, get effective support, and work towards their hopes and aspirations.

The Penny Wade House Hostel was SPEAR's first ever hostel named after founder – Penny Wade. This hostel has now been supporting men and women suffering from homelessness for over 30 years. See more about the charity here.