A is For Autism

Sun 1st April 2018

Sunday marks the start of Autism Awareness Month and we’re working with our partners Scottish Autism to help raise awareness and understanding of autism, which is a lifelong, developmental condition that affects 1 in 100 people.

We’ve got behind Scottish Autism’s 'A is for Autism' campaign by making our own giant A on the pitch at Ibrox – and are encouraging fans to get involved and help mark World Autism Day on Saturday 2 April and Autism Awareness month throughout April by creating their own A and sharing it on for social media.  

All you need to do is make a letter ‘A’ shape, take a photo and share it on social media with the hashtag #AforAutism or email the photo to us at rangerscharity@rangers.co.uk.  The pictures will be shared on our social media pages and will encourage people to talk about autism and find out more about the condition.

To find out more about autism, watch Scottish Autism’s video below or visit our partnership page here.

 

 

 

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