Birmingham City Football Club is asking former MG Rover employees to make applications for a share of almost £60,000 the club raised with an all-star benefit match at St Andrew's.
A celebrity team, managed by former Blues boss Barry Fry, was beaten 9-2 by a Blues XI in front of 8,000 fans in last month's fund-raiser.
Former England internationals Bryan Robson, Cyrille Regis, Paul Merson, Gordon Cowans, Tony Daley, Tony Morley, Steve Bull, Nigel Spink and Tim Flowers took part in the game.
Former Scotland captains Gary McAllister and Gordon Strachan were joined by ex-Ireland skipper Steve Staunton.
A Birmingham City spokesman yesterday said: "The final total has been calculated of the money raised at the MG Rover benefit game. The grand total is £56,525.
"Birmingham City would like to thank everybody who gave their time to make the event such a success."
He added: "We are now collating applications for MG Rover employees to allocate the monies."
The deadline for applications is Friday, June 10. Applications should be written for the attention of Jo Wheeler c/o Birmingham City Football Club, St Andrew's Stadium, Birmingham, B9 4NH.
The club has stressed that all applications must contain the MG Rover payroll number, without which applications will not be considered. Each case will be assessed on an individual basis.