Boss Dean Saunders and CEO Jez Moxey visited the MS Therapy Centre in Wolverhampton recently to check out a new facility which has been helped by Wolves Aid.
Wolves Aid has kick-started the development of the new facility in Tettenhall with a donation of £20,000.
The donation now means that Wolves Aid - the charitable department of the Wolves Community Trust - has given over £500,000 to local charities and good causes in the last five years.
The MS Therapy Centre offers a range of specialist treatments and therapies - including hyperbaric oxygen, physiotherapy and refloxology - to more than 200 patients.
The donation has helped to start a new development at the facility, which will create private treatment and counselling rooms allowing the organisation to offer new therapies.
The centre's Chairman, Peter Williams, said: "I am delighted with the donation and wish to thank Wolves and Wolves Aid for their continued support.
"The donation will make a real difference to the space and services that we can offer our patients."
Jez said: "MS Therapy Centre is at the centre of our community, providing treatment to local people with a range of health conditions.
"They have developed a really well thought out plan to substantially improve their facility for the benefit of hundreds of local people and it's fitting that this donation now takes Wolves Aid over the £500,000 mark for community donations."
Dean added: "It's been great to get out for a few hours during the international break to see some of the work the Trust is carrying out in the community.
"Like Wolves Aid, MS Therapy Centre is making a real difference to local people and it has been a pleasure to see their work for myself and to meet some of the people who are benefitting from this tremendous community resource."