True Blue Heroes Recognised at Player Receptions

Thu 22nd February 2024

The Rangers Charity Foundation has honoured fans whose dedication raised thousands of pounds for charity at two special receptions at Ibrox this week which were held for the very first time in New Edmiston House.

Every supporter who takes on a personal challenge in support of the Foundation and raises more than £150 is invited to Ibrox to receive a True Blue Hero Medal from a Rangers first team player and Kemar Roofe and Abdallah Sima were delighted to attend the events and present the medals.

player and fan with medalAround 300 fans were honoured, who collectively raised over £95,000 from events such as the Big Ibrox Sleep Out and the Red Night and Blue Midnight Walk. All the funds raised help us continue to be a force for good in the local community and beyond.

“We are very grateful to everyone who raises funds on our behalf via a personal challenge or at one of our events,” commented Foundation Chief Executive Connal Cochrane.

“It’s really important for us to show our appreciation for their hard work and determination and also give our supporters an insight into the difference their contribution makes to the Foundation and to our charity partners.  Well done to all of our True Blue Heroes!”

If you are interested in undertaking a True Blue Heroes Challenge and earning your own medal, you can keep up to date with our events here – or why not come up with a challenge of your own?

You can also see full galleries of pictures from our True Blue Heroes receptions on the Rangers Charity Foundation Facebook page.

player and fan with medal

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