FUNDRAISING donated by shoppers at Asda has been handed out to charity's across the city.

Shoppers who took part in the Cemetery Road supermarket's Green Token Giving Programme has seen £500 awarded to Bradford Hospital's Charity, £200 to Bradford Central Foodbank and £200 to Lidget Green Primary School.

Customers vote for who they want the money to go to by placing a green token in one of three slots.

The charities are chosen by different stores four times a year, with each of the three charities receiving either £500 or £200 when voting closes in March, June, September and December.

At the moment, the store is raising money for we have Scholemoor Beacon Community Centre, Action for Children and Leukaemia Research until March 31.