22 Oct 2013

Whether it is children’s rugby training or a business breakfast, Saracens will pay a tailored visit to the group with the most participants wearing red in support of our charity. For your chance to win a Saracens visit, submit a photo of your school, organisation or family members dressed in red on Wear Red Day - 28th September. As in rugby, score matters and the photo with highest number of participants in red wins.


Our Wear Red Day launches on Friday 28th September, for the first time in its history and it is a day which we hope will become an annual fundraising event.  ‘Wear Red Day’ will become a dress code on 28 September for all Londoners willing to support us.

Saracens Captain, Steve Borthwick, said: “Wearing red and paying £1 is such a simple thing to do to support this life-saving charity that looks after our capital. 
We have been touched by the work of London’s Air Ambulance and want to do anything we can to help.  Our team are getting involved too!”

To take part, you can dress up as a tomato or just wear a red tie - the more people in red in the photo, the higher your chance of winning. The Saracens visit will be tailored for the winners, whether they want to have a friendly with professionals or hope to see Saracens in their office.

To participate, register here   for a full fundraising pack and details of the competition.    Alternatively, contact Amanda Crozier on 020 7943 1302 or email [email protected].




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