CRWRFC kicks off their Spring season with recognition of World Autism Awareness Day
The Lady Rats will be taking on Amoskeag Women in their first match of the Spring season this Saturday, April 2nd in Manchester, NH.
April 2nd marks World Autism Awareness Day
, which seeks to increase and develop world knowledge of the autism epidemic and impart information regarding the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. The day also celebrates persons with autism and the communities that support them.
To celebrate World Autism Awareness Day, both clubs will be wearing blue for the day in solidarity. Rugby is a sport that is not just about the game, but about the community we all share that is bigger than the sport itself. We are excited to have Amoskeag join us in celebrating this day!
This event also supports the work of one of our very own Lady Rats, Kate "PK" Condon, who is currently working to raise awareness for children with development disabilities in Uganda through her organization embraceKulture
. Please read PK's message below to learn more about their work and the mission of embraceKulture.
To donate to their efforts and help support this phenomenal organization, click below.
Donate to embraceKulture