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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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Rangers Halloween Ball is Back!

Halloween Ball

Our Halloween Ball comes around only once in a (full!) blue moon so get ready for a night of gothic splendour that the Count himself would be proud of!

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More News

We are delighted to share news from our International Charity Partner UNICEF on the ongoing difference our support has made in Togo, West Africa where we recently funded the renovation of vital health centres.

Hear all about the difference the Family Lounge in the new Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice will make, from two people who really know!

 

Foundation Manager Connal Cochrane recently paid a visit to the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice to meet up with Roger Hynd to find out how the hospice is helping Roger and his family and gain an insight into the special work that the hospice does every day.


Well done to our EdgeWalkers who braved extreme heights to raise an amazing $8,000 for the Foundation by taking part in the CN Tower’s EdgeWalk Challenge

Rangers FC and the Rangers Charity Foundation are backing the Evening Times’ new ‘Food For Thought’ campaign which aims to ensure no-one in our city needs to go hungry. 

We’ve added some fantastic new challenges to our True Blue Heroes Calendar – so what are you waiting for?  Get involved, get fit, enjoy a new challenge and raise some money for a great cause!

Ross MacMillan had more reasons than most to relish every moment of his game on the pitch at Ibrox in our recent charity matches.

 

A group of Rangers and Stoke fans have completed a gruelling challenge to cycle 300 miles to Stoke City’s ground in just 3 days raising funds for the Rangers Charity Foundation and the Stoke City Community Trust.

Ally McCoist has handed over cheques totalling £75K to ENABLE Scotland, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Erskine and SSAFA on behalf of the Foundation.

A group of Rangers supporters enjoyed a fantastic day out at Murray Park and Ibrox recently as part of the Rangers Charity Foundation’s popular ‘Dream Day’ for those fans in need of a boost owing to a life-limiting illness, long-term disability or recent difficult experience. 

 
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