Canberra Raider Major Sponsor Huawei will provide all of the families who entered the design competition for this year's Autism Wellbeing jersey a family pass to the Raiders v Roosters on Sunday August 19 to thank them for being part of this year's charity jersey.
The Raiders had a wonderful response to this year's competition, where children were invited to submit jersey designs for the charity jersey worn against the Roosters, to support the Ricky Stuart Foundation and promote the #AutismWellbeing message.
As a way to say thank you to all of those who entered designs, Huawei has generously donated a family pass to the Raiders v Roosters for all participants, so they can attend the match and be part of what is a special day in the Raiders season.
The two winning designers of this year's competition were Neve Smith (Aged 10) and Kayla Marlow (Aged 10) whose two designs were blended together to help create this year's jersey.
Once again Huawei has generously donated the front of jersey placement on the Raiders jersey to support the #AutismWellbeing message, while the jerseys worn in the match will be auctioned off post-match for the Ricky Stuart Foundation.
The Raiders official on-field apparel partner ISC is also contributing to the cause, with 10% of every retail version of the jersey donated to the Ricky Stuart Foundation.
The Raiders are asking any participants who entered the competition who have not yet received an email to redeem their tickets, to please contact the club via email firstname.lastname@example.org