Wolves Aid will welcome very special visitors at Molineux for tomorrows match against Nottingham Forest - Southall School based in Telford.
The school, which caters for pupils aged 11-16 years with learning or behavioural difficulties received a Wolves Aid grant of £25,230 to be used over three years.
The donation will fund the school’s Dudmaston experience, a project that takes place in National Trust grounds and lets the pupils, over the course of 10 weeks, develop their self-awareness, empathy with others and their social and communication skills.
Peter Burt, Dudmaston experience leader said: “the Wolves Aid donation has helped the school to keep the project going which has been wonderful.
“Dudmaston is extremely helpful to those pupils who have difficulties working with and relating to others.”
Wolves Aid are this week celebrating handing out over £500,000 worth of donations in the last four years.