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We are looking for the true blue heroes in life to take on an amazing personal challenge and support the work of the Rangers Charity Foundation.  Call 0141 580 8775 or click here to find out more.

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The Foundation hopes to provide some extra assistance in the lead up to Christmas for those struggling to make ends meet by supporting our local Food Bank.

Three Rangers fans are set to depart for Ghana to work on community projects and help children in the Volta region of the country with respected volunteer travel organisation company 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.’

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.

The Foundation is proud to support the SAMH’s new Standing Together For Mental Health campaign which was recently launched by Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy.

As a tribute to our volunteer and friend Julie Wales the Foundation has created a special award in her memory which was recently presented to supporter Karen Watson.

The Foundation's annual Charity Ball raised a fantastic £63,000 to support the Foundation’s work in the community and ongoing projects with charity partners Maggie’s, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, SAMH and UNICEF.

The Rangers Charity Foundation has honoured fans whose dedication helped raise thousands of pounds for charity at two special receptions at Ibrox.

We are delighted to share our annual review for season 2013/14 which is packed full of good news about the progress of our projects and our work in the community – all thanks to your support!

Jim Henry is Head of Sports Science at Rangers FC and is passionate about health and physical activity – and not just for elite athletes! Read his Get Active tips here!

 
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