Hammers fans should look out for Jonjo Heuerman at today's game.
The young fundraiser will be at the Boleyn from 1pm collecting with fellow supporters once again for the Bobby Moore Fund. He will be joined by his mascot Dicksy Dawg before taking his place in his usual seat at the front of the Alpari Stand.
Jonjo has long been raising funds and awareness in memory of his Nan who, like club legend Bobby Moore, succumbed to bowel cancer. The youngster is close to his next target of £30,000 and is aiming to reach that mark before his Nan's birthday on 4 October.
This Sunday, the latest event will see fans abseiling from the top of the Romford YMCA building at their annual fun day. The first Hammer will go over the top at 9am with the last going by midday, while five even pluckier fans will have their heads shaved or bodies waxed.
Jonjo's mum Donna said: "It is great to see so many West Ham fans mucking in to help him out and it is amazing to see how much the fans have taken Jonjo to their hearts.
"He is forever being stopped for photos, autographs or a friendly handshake, so much so that he now carries signed photos that he sells for his charity. He enjoys talking to the many fans following him on Facebook and Twitter and is always excited to receive the occasional tweet from Mr Gold and his family."
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