Jamie Vardy is planning to auction off his executive box at the King Power Stadium for the game against Burnley.
The Leicester Mercury reports that the striker is giving fans the opportunity to watch the game from his personal box, in a bid to raise for the Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Foundation.
Leicester recently confirmed their decision to rename what was previously known as the LCFC Foxes Foundation after their late chairman following the tragic helicopter crash that killed Khun Vichai.
Vardy is not the only Leicester City player aiming to raise funds for the foundation. Kasper Schmeichel will be auctioning a pair of his goalkeeping gloves, with the Danish international also looking to do his bit.
The Leicester City squad have recently been in Thailand for the funeral of Khun Vichai, with the Foxes continuing to pay their respects.
This weekend’s game against Burnley will be the first home game since the tragic events, in what is set to be another emotional afternoon for everyone involved at the club.