Celebrating our True Blue Heroes
Thu 28th September 2017
The Rangers Charity Foundation welcomed 125 True Blue Heroes to Ibrox this week to say thank you for raising thousands of pounds for the Foundation.
Every person who raises over £100 for the Foundation, by taking on a personal challenge, is awarded a medal from a first team player and the latest recipients were presented with theirs by Daniel Candeias and Fábio Cardoso.
Last season our True Blue Heroes raised over £123,000 and those honoured on Monday and Tuesday were the first to be recognised with a new True Blue Hero medal pin badge as well as their medal. The idea behind the badge is that True Blue Heroes can wear it with pride on match days and at other events and tell fellow supporters about the Foundation and how they could earn one to.
Those who attended Monday and Tuesday’s ceremonies had taken part in a plethora of events to become True Blue Heroes, including the first ever Rangers Charity Foundation Arran Cycle last May, The True Blue Hero Fun Run with Michael Mols in April and the NARSA Slotzilla Challenge in Las Vegas.
On both nights, True Blue Heroes, alongside their guests, entered Ibrox through the front door before climbing the iconic marble staircase up to the exclusive Members Lounge, where they were treated to a drinks reception before the ceremony and food afterwards.
All True Blue Heroes were invited on stage individually to receive their medal and pin badge and have their photograph taken with Fabio or Daniel. A gallery of all photographs is on the Rangers Charity Foundation’s Facebook page which can be found here.
If you want to become a True Blue Hero this season then why not take the Rangers Charity Foundation’s True Blue Hero Pledge. All you have to do is tell us you are committed to taking on a personal challenge this season and raise £100 or more in the process. We have a menu of fundraising events you can take part in or you can even create your own. For more infortmation on the True Blue Hero Pledge visit here.