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Rangers FC… a big THANK YOU to their volunteers!

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Thank you!

Thank you to all our volunteers who turned out at the Ayr United game in support of our Lucky Legends Prize Draw initiative, and to everyone who has purchased tickets and taken some away to sell to family and friends.

Supporters Clubs have really backed the Foundation, with the likes of the Baku Bears buying 500 tickets, and volunteers, True Blue Heroes and other Foundation supporters have worked very hard to help.

It’s still not too late if you want to get involved as a volunteer or to buy some tickets.  You can buy tickets from the Rangers Ticket Centre, the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox or by contacting the Foundation on 0141 580 8775.

If you are interested in joining our Lucky Legends Prize Draw Team and taking some tickets away to sell to family, friends and colleagues simply call the Foundation or e-mail rangerscharity@rangers.co.uk.  The best part is that if you sell £200 worth of tickets you will become a True Blue Hero and will be invited to a special reception to receive your True Blue Hero medal from a first team player!

The draw has some fantastic money-can’t-buy prizes including a weekend in Germany and VIP hospitality at a Borussia Mönchengladbach game with Rangers legend Jörg Albertz, a VIP visit for 2 people to Murray Park as Ally McCoist’s special guests and an exclusive dinner in the historic surroundings of the Blue Room for 6 in the company of Rangers legendary 9-In-A-Row goalkeeper Any Goram.

Tickets cost just £1 each and the draw will be made on Monday 6 January with the results available from Tuesday 7 January atwww.rangerscharity.org.uk.

Foundation Brings Christmas Sparkle To Yorkhill

Richard Foster joined forces with singer Tallia Storm and boy band Rewind to help take part in switching on of the Christmas tree lights at Yorkhill’s Children’s Hospital as part of the Rangers Charity Foundation’s Christmas activities with the Hospital. 
The Foundation donated the beautiful 40 foot tree which stands outside the Main Entrance as well as making a donation to the Yorkhill Children’s Charity’s new initiative to provide Christmas gifts to all children attending the hospital’s Community Clinics.
Connal Cochrane, Manager of the Rangers Charity Foundation, said: “We are delighted to help the Yorkhill Children’s Foundation bring some Christmas sparkle to the hospital by funding the magnificent Christmas tree and decorations. This is a special time of year for children especially, and we send our good wishes to all the patients and their families who may have need to visit Yorkhill during the festive period.”

The first team will also visit the hospital in the lead up to Christmas to hand out goodie bags to patients and their families and spend time with the children and staff.