Training for and taking part in a fun run, cycle or more challenging event such as a marathon or triathlon is one of the most popular challenges supporters set themselves.
Could you be one of our True Blue Heroes? A True Blue Hero should be ready to take on a challenge, show their adventurous spirit and have the time of their lives!
Be inspired - Create your own challenge
Want to do something different? The charities we support each year have benefitted from funds raised from activities such as abseiling, body waxing and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Do it your way!
Organise your own event or fundraiser
Supporters across the country have raised thousands of pounds for the Rangers Charity Foundation by hosting a range of different events and fundraising activities, from dinner dances and raffles to darts nights, football matches and quiz nights.
The Rangers Charity Foundation has a fundraising pack available to anyone considering organising an event in support of us. Plus a ton of ideas to get you going!
Allan Davis decided to mark his 50th birthday by taking on a challenge for the Foundation and our partnership in season 2017/18 with The Coming Home Centre in Govan, which provides practical help and advice to veterans and a place to meet and enjoy peer support and camaraderie.
Lifelong Rangers fan David Smith undertook a truly marathon challenge on behalf of the Rangers Charity Foundation and the MS Society by running from Kirkintilloch to Ibrox Stadium and back again for every home league match in season 2017/18!
Sandy Robertson has really gone above and beyond this year to earn his True Blue Hero medal! Not only has Sandy shown his support for the Foundation by taking part in three different challenge events recently – the Ibrox Spinathon, the Arran Cycle Challenge and our big Ibrox Sleep Out – but he has also volunteered at the some of our events, including our Food Bank collection, matchday activiti