Wales supporters can show their support for Help the Heroes
Wales international rugby fans will have the chance to dip into their pockets to aid the Help for Heroes charity during the Autumn Test series.
The bucket collection at the Wales v South Africa Prince William Cup clash on November 8 will be donated to the charity.
Collections will take place as fans arrive and during the half-time break at the Millennium Stadium.
Wales Rugby Union chief executive Roger Lewis said: "We are delighted to be able to help this charity which is for such a worthy cause. The South Africa game takes place on remembrance weekend so it seems a fitting and symbolic gesture to donate the matchday collections to this charity."
Help for Heroes aims to raise £10m to improve and enhance the services provided at treatment centres in the UK for British soldiers who are injured in battle.
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