Additionally, charity rugby shirts were created for the game. The colourful shirts featured a design which incorporated handprints from both Warriors players and children at the hospice on the Bath Road.
Warriors scrum-half and Acorns ambassador, Shaun Perry, helped create the shirts by painting fellow team members' hands for prints and spent an afternoon painting with Acorns children.
The players sported the charity shirts at the match and the club are donating three of the worn shirts to the local charity to help with future fundraising.
The limited edition shirts also went on sale and the profits were split between Acorns and the Warriors' community foundation.
Perry said: "We're all really pleased at the club to have helped raise this money for Acorns.
"I've been to the hospice a few times and have seen both what a special place it is and how important the work they do is."
A series of other fundraising ventures on the match day itself helped towards the total, including a text to donate and bucket collection. A children's flash mob dance at half-time added to the atmosphere.
Ellie Griffiths from Acorns said: "It was a great result on the night for both Warriors and Acorns.
"We mainly rely on fundraising to provide vital care services for life limited children in Worcestershire so it's wonderful to have the ongoing support of the Warriors."
To find out more about Acorns, visit: www.acorns.org.uk or call 0845 140 6892.