Limited edition signed shirts up for grabs!
Thu 1st October 2020
We at the Rangers Charity Foundation have our hands on seven signed shirts from the away Europa League Bayer Leverkusen fixture – and they could be yours!
The Rangers First Team sported the limited edition shirts, including a special ‘Thank You’ crest in honour of key workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, when they visited the BayArena on the 6th August 2020.
The match worn strips have now been signed and will be auctioned and raffled off, with all proceeds to be shared equally by the Foundation and Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.
The full list of auction shirts includes:
- Ianis Hagi
- Filip Helander
- Steven Davis
- James Tavernier
- Alan McGregor
The full list of raffle shirts includes:
- Connor Goldson
- Greg Stewart
- Bonus! An Ibrox Stadium print, signed by the entire First Team squad
All seven shirts will be made available on Friday 2nd October, before closing at 12pm on Friday 9th October.
For the auction, fans are invited to bid on as many shirts as they like throughout the auctions and there will be a minimum purchase price of £100 per shirt. make your bid HERE.
For the raffle, participants can purchase as many tickets as they like for £10 each via the Foundation’s JustGiving site HERE. Supporters are strongly advised to include their name in the transaction, so that we can contact you, and not select Gift Aid.
Connal Cochrane, Director of the Rangers Charity Foundation said: “We have a very special relationship with Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, going back to when the Foundation was first established in 2002. Over the years, we have donated cash, toys and equipment, as well as supporting Christmas activities and organising special visits and treats for the children.
“We are therefore delighted to share the proceeds from this very special fundraiser, and hope that it will help to support the charity in what has been a very tough year for us all.”
Earlier this year, the Foundation also supported the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary by donating a selection of treats and goodies for patients, who were unable to receive visits from loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Everyone at the Rangers Charity Foundation would like to thank Rangers Football Club for donating the shirts for auction. We would also like to extend our thanks to Blue Parrot, who have offered to run the online auction without commission.