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Our donation last season to ENABLE Scotland is making a massive difference to the kids at their Kilpatrick PALS after school project for children with learning disabilities.

The Foundation is once again offering supporters attending the NARSA Convention in California this summer a unique opportunity to get together and enjoy a fun day out whilst raising money for good causes.

Come along to our latest Race Night on Thursday 12 March at Ibrox, meet Fraser Aird and enjoy a great night out whilst supporting the Foundation!

The Foundation is delighted to announce that Peter Lovenkrands will share some of his most special memories of his time at Rangers, as well as stories and anecdotes, in an exclusive charity evening event.

Foundation Manager Connal Cochrane is set to face what may be his most terrifying challenge to date – The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice’s (A Little Less) Strictly Come Dancing challenge!

Lee McCulloch has helped to launch Pedal 4 Sport’s 300 miles in 3 days charity bike ride challenge for 2015 supporting the Rangers Charity Foundation and the Stoke City Community Trust.

MND Scotland is delighted to be benefitting from this weekend’s Fernando Ricksen Tribute match, along with Fernando, his daughter Isabella and the Foundation.

Members of the first-team squad visited Yorkhill Children’s Hospital and spent time with children, families and staff from a number of wards.

Rangers fans Gordon and Steven Boyle and Robert Jamieson have returned from their amazing trip to Ghana where they helped to build a school in the deprived village of Woe thanks to a joint project with African Adventures.

A group of Rangers fans in need of a boost had a day to remember at Ibrox and Murray Park as part of the Foundation’s ‘Dream Day.’

 
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