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 Director
What we do
The Rangers Charity Foundation exists to bring Club, supporters, staff and players together in a unique way to help make a world of difference to thousands of lives through our charitable and community work.
Since our creation in 2002 we have donated £5,583,000 worth of cash and in-kind support to charities and causes close to the hearts of our supporters..
We also operate over 26 programmes in the community and from the Ibrox Community Hub, making us uniquely placed to make a positive difference to thousands of lives thanks to the amazing backing of our supporters.Find out more
Lorna McEwan may only be 5 years old, but she’s definitely got a big heart! Lorna earned herself a True Blue Hero medal by raising £350 for the Foundation from a bake sale – and don’t her cakes look great?!
Scott Cunningham lost his sight in 1993, but it certainly hasn’t stopped him being a champion for various charities over the years including the Rangers Charity Foundation!
Long time support of the Foundation Wilf Marshall has always enjoyed our Big Ibrox Sleep Out event, but after doing the Sleep Out From Home, his insight into the lives of the street homeless moved him to write a blog about the experience.
Eight year old Joshua was nominated by his Mum Stacey for our Dream Day experience as he has suffered from a rare and often painful skin condition from birth.
Our Dream Days are one of our favourite days of the year and give a boost to fans who have a life-limiting illness or disability or have gone through a difficult experience.
22 year old Sam Harper turned his life around after attending our first 8 week CashBack for Communities Towards New Futures course following a period of unemployment after a challenging period in his life.
“I met so many great new people and felt like I developed a sense of responsibility as well as being motivated to attend the course each day.”
The Rangers Charity Foundation organised a fairy tale wedding at Ibrox for two Rangers fans who both have terminal illnesses.
Jeannie Millan and William Brand could not afford a wedding due to the cost of shipping over ground breaking new medicine from America for William’s Motor Neurone Disease.