Daniel Agger has given his backing to new unique charity concept that is aiming to raise money for underprivileged children around the world.
Charity Antivirus - www.CharityAntivirus.com - combines the need to protect your computer with the need to provide aid for youngsters in difficult circumstances.
100 per cent of the profits go towards children's charities - including the Daniel Agger Foundation.
The idea of entrepreneur and Danish computer security expert, Janus Nielsen, the concept is incredibly simple.
Charity Antivirus can be downloaded for free with no cash obligation; instead, you can promote the charity via social media and enjoy a year's use of the software.
However, should you wish to donate, you can become an official ambassador for the charity - and every penny will be distributed towards helping children living in tough conditions via the Daniel Agger Foundation.
For Agger, who established his foundation in 2012, it's a project he feels strongly about.
"When you start a foundation, you always hope to help as many as possible," he said. "I knew when I started I couldn't help the whole world, but if I could just help a little bit I felt I could make a difference.
"With Charity Antivirus, I think we can help a lot more than I could have done without it.
"We can raise funds to help a lot more kids - and there are plenty out there that need help, that's the problem and so I'll do everything I can to help this.
"I'm at a point in my life where I feel I can do it. I've been lucky because I've had a great life so far, my kids have a good life and football has given me so much. Now I just want to give a little bit back."
For more information on Charity Antivirus, and to download the software, visit www.charityantivirus.com.