AITC are giving fans a chance to walk out with the team.
Brighton & Hove Albion fans are being given the chance to win a mascot package for the club's vital home game against Fulham.
One lucky young fan will be able to walk out onto the pitch alongside their Albion heroes before the game on Friday 15th April.
Albion in the Community (AITC) is holding an online raffle for the prize and included in the mascot package is a full Seagulls kit, two match tickets and food vouchers for the game.
Fans can enter the draw for just £5 – which buys supporters five tickets for the prize draw. As well as the mascot package, there are five of the limited edition adult Albion home shirts produced to celebrate AITC’s 25th anniversary which will be given to five runners-up.
To be in with a chance of winning the mascot package, supporters should visit: www.charitystars.com/foundation/albion-in-the-community , where they can also find details of a host of current online auctions being run by the charity.
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AITC is currently accepting bids on signed match issue Albion shirts from David Stockdale, Connor Goldson, Solly March and Tomer Hemed.
Money raised by the raffle and auctions will help fund AITC’s award-winning disability sport programme. AITC is the largest provider of disability sport opportunities in Sussex and runs more than 30 disability football teams. In the last 12 months, it delivered almost 3000 hours of specialist coaching to hundreds of players across Sussex.
The charity is now looking to expand its sessions further with new teams planned for people who have had a limb amputation or have autism.
For more information on AITC’s work follow the charity on Twitter at @AlbionintheComm.