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At Rangers we’re passionate about football, but we’re also passionate about what the Club stands for off the pitch. The Rangers Charity Foundation embodies the strong charitable values of the Rangers Family and a spirit that everyone connected with the Club can feel proud of.

Connal Cochrane, Rangers Charity Foundation Chief Executive

Your stories

“I just want to thank you for the most memorable weekend I could have wished for. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!”

“The impact the CashBack course has had has probably kept me out of trouble and made me realise what job I want to do.”

“I want to be a youth worker and the Wider Achievement programme is definitely going to help me to be able to do what I am doing because I’ve learned lots of skills, lots of communication and leadership.”

A Foundation For Healthy Lives

“After losing six and a half stone I feel more energetic, I feel able to do more things with the kids, fit into smaller clothes and I am able to run around Ibrox park which I never thought I’d be able to do.”

“It’s like all your Christmases rolled into one. To meet your heroes is just unreal.”

A Foundation For Better World

“I’m so pleased to see Rangers, my club, and Bowel Cancer UK, a charity close to my heart, coming together to tackle such an important issue.”

Cash & In-Kind Donations to Date

 

The Rangers Charity Foundation will host a can collection for @town_break_dementia_support at Ibrox this afternoon as part of @rangersfc's match against Motherwell FC.

💙Please look out for the official collectors around the stadium footprint.

The Rangers Charity Foundation will host a can collection for @TownBreak at Ibrox this afternoon as part of @RangersFC's match against Motherwell FC.

💙Please look out for the official collectors around the stadium footprint.

We have three more inspiring nominations for our #RangersHeartHeroes award! ❤💙

Eithan Blair fought first cancer and then an ongoing heart condition – all without complaint. He has faced everything with a smile and dreams of being able to play football again without worrying about his heart. ❤💙

Moira Buck lost her sister who died of a heart attack in front of her at age 24. She was also diagnosed with her own heart condition and has had open heart surgery. She has raised over £100k for charity and is still fundraising! ❤💙

Scott Cunningham MBE went blind at the age of 23 but didn’t let that stop him raising thousands of pounds for charity. Scott had a heart attack in 2022 but just a year later ran the Glasgow to Edinburgh Ultra 56 miles race for @guidedogsscot! ❤💙

If you would like to nominate a #HeartHero or find out more about the awards, tap on @rfc_charity and click on the link. 🔗

We've got more inspiring nominations for our #RangersHeartHeroes award! 💙

Scott Cunningham has been blind since his 20s. He had a heart attack in 2022 but just a year later ran an Ultra 56 mile race!

Nominate a #HeartHero or find out more ➡https://bit.ly/49R6WXN

We've got more inspiring nominations for our #RangersHeartHeroesaward! 💙

Moira lost her sister at age 24 & was also diagnosed with her own heart condition. She has raised over £100K for charity!

Nominate a #HeartHero or find out more ➡https://bit.ly/49R6WXN

We've got more inspiring nominations for our #RangersHeartHeroes award! 💙

Eithan fought first cancer & then a heart condition, all without complaint. He has faced everything with a smile! 😃

Nominate a #HeartHero or find out more here ➡https://bit.ly/49R6WXN

🗞️⚽We are delighted to add Count Me In to our range of community programmes!

Count Me In is a bespoke programme aimed at providing young adults with a learning disability, access to football.

For more info and sign-up details click below👇

#AFoundationForEveryoneAndAnyone

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🗞️⚽We are delighted to add Count Me In to our range of community programmes!

Count Me In is a bespoke programme aimed at providing young adults with a learning disability access to football.

This new programme is fully funded by the Foundation’s 150th Anniversary Appeal and thanks to supporters fundraising efforts, we are now in a position to launch this new project.

For more info and sign-up details, tap @rfc_charity and click the link🔗

#AFoundationForEveryoneAndAnyone

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