Making a Lasting Difference.
The Rangers Family unites through the Foundation to make a positive difference to lives in Scotland and across the globe.
What we do
The Foundation works with charity partners each season to fund projects that have a lasting and significant impact in our community and beyond. This season we are working with Glasgow City Mission, the Simon Community, the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, Scottish Autism, three services-related charities and Unicef, the world’s leading children’s charity.
We are also very proud of our own work in the community. Every season we help thousands of fundraisers support causes close to their hearts by making in-kind donations and we assist various community initiatives such as our local food bank. Our comprehensive community programme also reaches thousands of children and adults with important messages and training regarding health and fitness, employment, equality, diversity and education.
Making a difference
Across the country, thousands of people every week set out to raise money for a charitable cause close to their heart and the Foundation is there to help whenever we can.
We make in-kind donations to charities, community groups and other worthwhile causes worth thousands of pounds every year.
In the community
We believe that the Rangers Charity Foundation is uniquely placed to help deliver powerful benefits for the people of Glasgow and the local community.
The Rangers Charity Foundation expanded in April 2016 to include all charitable community programmes previously delivered via the Club, together with strategic responsibility for the development of the Rangers Study Support Centre which is run in partnership with Glasgow City Council...
Events & fundraising
The Foundation holds a range of events and fundraising activities every year to raise money in support of our charity partners.
Whether you are joining a social or an sporting event or creating your own, we couldn’t do it without you!
Our charity partners
How your donations and support will help people around the world
The Rangers Charity Foundation has worked closely with the world’s leading children’s charity, UNICEF, since the start of season 2008/09 when Unicef was announced as the Foundation’s first International Charity Partner.
Scottish Autism is a national autism charity that exists to help those diagnosed with autism to lead full and enriched lives and become valuable members of their communities. We are proud that it is our National Charity Partner for Season 2017/18.
Simon Community Scotland works to combat the causes and effects of homelessness and we are proud to support it once again for season 2017/18. This year we are supporting the charity's new Street Cycles project.
We are now in our third season working with Glasgow City Mission as one of our community partners. We have donated over £87,000 to its homelessness projects and during 2017/18 we will build on that by supporting the charity's Housing First inititiative.
We’re continuing our long-standing relationship with Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity for 2016/17 by pledging £10,000 to help the charity make Christmas extra special for the children and their families, and to fund an important piece of equipment to help young cancer patients.
The Foundation has pledged £15,000 for season 2017/18 to our Armed Forces Partnership supporting The Coming Home Centre in Govan, Erskine and AA Veterans Support in Northern Ireland.