Steven Taylor has gone back to where it all started by donating a kit to his former junior side.
At the start the season the Premier League launched a new Premier League and PFA initiative called the Players' Kit Scheme - where each squad would donate £25,000 to provide junior clubs, schools and youth organisations with free football kit and equipment.
Each club has a designated player, normally a home grown talent, to publicise their squad donation and in Newcastle's case it is Taylor.
As a result of the initiative, the defender, who nominated his former boys club at Cramlington to be the recipients of the kit, presented the team with their new strip prior to United's home game against Wolves on Saturday.
Taylor said: "This is a fantastic initiative and all the lads are delighted to be behind it. For me, it's great to be supporting my old club as I know full well how much it will mean to them."
And Cramlington Under 10s manager Graeme Slater added: "We were thrilled that Steven decided to choose us, and receiving the kit on the pitch was undoubtedly the highlight of the season for the club.
"I can't begin to tell you how excited the boys were, but they're also extremely appreciative of Steven's generosity and of course the Premier League and PFA too."
Another 20 clubs, some local, but some in other parts of the country, will also benefit from the scheme later in the season, via the rest of the players in the United squad.