Warrington Wolves, in association with Wolves Charitable Foundation, is delighted to team up with the Wells Sports Foundation on their Box 4 Kids project.
The project, supported by Rugby League Cares, is an amazing initiative offering memorable experiences to children and young people suffering from terminal or life changing illnesses.
Rugby League and clubs throughout the sport pride themselves on being part of and making a difference in their local communities.
The Wolves and their executive box holders join a number of sports clubs throughout the country in providing the project with the opportunity for the children and their families to enjoy select games from the comfort of a corporate box.
Barrie Wells, said: “Having run the Box 4 Kids scheme for some three years now, with hundreds of deserving children benefitting, I have seen first hand how it is an incredibly rewarding experience for the children and their parents. I am absolutely delighted that a club as influential as Warrington Wolves is prepared to work with the Wells Sports Foundation and Rugby League Cares to get behind the scheme."
Chris Rostron, Rugby League Cares, added: “Rugby League Cares was established to provide assistance to Rugby League’s broad community. We hope that the Rugby League community will join us and give their support to this great initiative which provides a day to remember for the children and their families.”
Alex Wilson, Wolves’ sales manager, said: “As a club we recognise how influential we are in the local community and we feel it is important that we build on this for the good of others. When we heard of the Box 4 Kids project we didn’t hesitate in offering our support to such a worthy cause. Rugby League is at the heart of our town and becomes a big part of people’s lives. We hope the Wolves’ family will join us in welcoming the children and their families to The Halliwell Jones Stadium and we hope their match-day experience with us can raise a smile.”