Hector Bellerin has vowed to donate £50 to the Grenhell Tower fire victims fund for every minute he plays at the European U21 Championship.
The Arsenal defender is currently away with Spain at the tournament in Poland.
They will kick-off their quest for continental glory against Macedonia on Saturday, and will do so as favourites to take the title.
If Bellerin is an ever-present throughout a successful campaign, then he would take in 4,500 minutes and end up giving £22,500 to a good cause.
For every minute I play in #U21EURO I'll donate £50 to help Grenfell Tower victims. Please support in any way https://t.co/CHbqgnlSum pic.twitter.com/TODwIkLwj1 — Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) June 17, 2017
Spain have a strong squad with them at the Euros which includes a number of La Liga stars.
The likes of Saul Niguez, Denis Suarez, Inaki Williams and Jose Luis Gaya are available to coach Albert Celades.
Gerard Deulofeu is also part of the set-up, with the man set to captain his country reported to be closing in on a return to Barcelona this summer.
Bellerin has also been heavily linked with a move to Campo Nou, but committed to a new long-term term contract with Arsenal in November 2016.