Saracens raise £21,500 to build sensory room for autistic children

The Saracens Sport Foundation has raised more than £21,500 to build a mobile sensory room for autistic children.

The money was raised thanks to donations from fans at the rugby team's home match against Zebre on Saturday.

Foundation manager Sam Fulling said: “We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of the Saracens supporters who have enabled us to exceed our fundraising target and ensure we can provide a mobile sensory unit to support our work with severely autistic young people.

“Not only that, but we have significantly raised awareness of our work and cause. We hope that Saracens fans can take a huge sense of pride in everything that the club is doing off the pitch.”


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