MILLWALL scooped a national award on Monday in recognition of their partnership with Prostate Cancer UK.
The Lions last season donated their shirt sponsorship to the charity, whose logo will again feature prominently on the club's home and away kits this year.
PCUK and Millwall won the 'Best Business – Charity Partnership' category at the Institute of Fundraising Awards held in London.
Chief executive Andy Ambler said: "I'm delighted for Prostate Cancer UK; they have been fantastic to work with over the last 12 months.
"It is a great honour for our football club to be recognised in this way but this is not the end of the relationship.
"We will generic lexapro differences continue to work in conjunction with Prostate Cancer UK in an effort to reach as many football fans as possible to raise both funds and awareness of this terrible disease.
"I'm certain that the Millwall family, coming together as we have to further the cause of Prostate Cancer UK, has – and will – continue to help save lives."
Director of Fundraising for Prostate Cancer UK, Mark Bishop, added: "We're delighted the charity and Millwall Football Club have been recognised for a season spent saving lives."