One of the club’s official charities for this season, Warning Zone, have sent their thanks to fans for their generosity and their support during last weekend’s match against Wasps.
Warning Zone teaches children life skills to stay safe on and off-line, using interactive learning in eight safety zones at its specialist facility in Leicester city centre.
The charity relies on volunteer guides to take each group of children around its learning zones and they have welcomed 245 schools and more than 10,000 pupils so far this school year.
A bucket collection at Sunday’s game raised £1,670 thanks to the generosity of supporters and that money will go towards supporting the work the charity does across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Simon Wright, chairman at Warning Zone, said: “It’s fantastic to be involved with such a great matchday here at Welford Road. A huge thanks for the team at Tigers for inviting us down to help support the work we do across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
“Our volunteers range from 17 to over 80 years old and we were dotted around the stadium with buckets. The work they do at our specialist facility is fantastic, they are all trained guides and we hope the kids remember their visits to Warning Zone for years to come.”
Find out more about Warning Zone and our three other official club charities for this season, by visiting below.