DRACUT -- The fourth annual Dracut High K.I.D.S. vs. Middies football game will be held on Friday night, May 16, at Beaudry Field at Dracut High School to raise money for the Kids in Disability Sports program, which helps children and adults with disabilities.

Last year, the event managed to raise $3,700. All proceeds go directly to the Kids in Disability Sports program.

The donations from the 2013 game were enough to save the equestrian program, which otherwise would have been cut.

Dracut's National Business Honor Society partnered with the Middies football team to sell T-shirts, raffle baskets, and concessions to help raise money. This year, the football team, the business honor society, the K.I.D.S program and the DHS marketing class will collaborate to help make the event a success.

The 2014 game will have 32 K.I.D.S participants on the roster, all of whom will get the opportunity to have fun and play against the Dracut High football team.

The admission price is any donation to the K.I.D.S program. This year's game is set for Friday, May 16, at 7 p.m. All are invited.