The company, which manufactures UPVC windows and doors, sponsored t-shirts to raise awareness of the appeal.
The distinctive blue t-shirts were worn by the players while they warmed up and were also worn by volunteers who did a bucket collection during the match.
Gabriela Hammond, VEKA’s head of human resources, said: “The t-shirts were a great way to let people know what the collection was for.
“It made the volunteers easy to spot and, as a result, we've been told that a fantastic £4,341 was raised on the day.
“As a company, we were delighted to show our support and raise awareness for such a valuable local cause.”