|Fund-raising Halloween Fun at Sainsbury's|
Supermarket supports Jack Tizard School
The day will include face painting, designing special spooky gingerbread men and a competition to win a pumpkin carved by a creative member of the staff.
Each branch of Sainsbury's has chosen its own charity to support, and the Townmead Road store picked Jack Tizard, a local day school for pupils aged two -19 with a range of severe learning difficulties, including profound and multiple learning difficulties.
In August, the store held a fund-raising barbecue party as part of celebrations to make the company's 140th annniversary, and as a result, the school received a cheque earlier this month for £1,000.
The money raised by the store will provide children at the school with a special day out. Past days out have included visits to Chessington World of Adventures and Thames Valley Adventure Playground.
Jack Tizard's head Cathy Welsh said: "We are thrilled that Sainsbury's Fulham store have chosen Jack Tizard School as their Charity of the Year, it means a great deal to our students, and we look forward planning some interesting things with the money customers have generously donated."