John Terry has backed the Kick It Out campaign and has stressed Chelsea's wish to banish all forms of discrimination from football.
Chelsea captain Terry will miss Sunday's match against Manchester United when he serves the second game of his four-match ban for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
The last few days appear to have heralded the first signs of peace breaking out between the Ferdinand brothers and Blues duo Terry and Ashley Cole.
Anton Ferdinand took part in Saturday's anti-racism initiative by wearing a Kick It Out T-shirt in the warm-up ahead of his team's match at Arsenal - a gesture expected to be followed by a handshake between his brother, United centre-back Rio, and Cole before Sunday's game.
In his 'captain's notes' in the matchday programme, Terry wrote: "This is our dedicated match for the Kick It Out One Game, One Community campaign.
"We continue to be committed to eradicating all forms of discrimination from our game and creating a great atmosphere around the stadium."