The striking pink shirts replicate the design of the Rangers replica shirt design for this season and are available in a variety of adult sizes for men and women.
There are only 5,000 shirts available and £15 from the sale of each shirt will be donated to the Rangers Charity Foundation in support of its fantastic work in Glasgow, across Scotland and throughout the world.
The initiative has the potential to raise £75,000 in support of the Rangers Charity Foundation and comes thanks to a generous agreement between the Club and Sportsdirect.com to back the work of the Foundation in this way.
The shirt launch is a great cash boost for the Foundation as it celebrates a decade of charitable giving and it is hoped that the shirt will be a big hit with fans who can wear them with pride. The limited edition shirts are an exciting first for the Foundation and they are guaranteed to make you stand out in a crowd!
During the last 10 years over £2.5 million in both cash and in-kind support has been donated making dozens of inspirational projects a reality, from health centres in some of Togo’s poorest communities and specialist facilities in Glasgow for teenagers with cancer to Braille books for Scotland’s blind children and life-improving nebulisers for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
One of the projects benefitting from the sale of the limited edition shirts will be The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice after the Foundation recently announced a landmark partnership with the Hospice to raise £100,000 towards a new palliative care facility which will be built on a proposed site within Bellahouston Park.
Rangers Chief Executive, Charles Green has been delighted to give this new fundraising activity his full support and said, “I know that this initiative has been a year in the planning, and, although it has been a difficult year for everyone connected with Rangers Football Club there is absolutely no doubt that the spirit of our supporters, including their charitable spirit, has been incredible.
The Rangers Charity Foundation is a vital and cherished part of the Club’s spirit and activity and this initiative demonstrates the Club’s continuing appreciation of the wonderful work that the Foundation does.”
The Club would also like to express their thanks to Tennent’s for agreeing to remove their branding from the shirts in favour of the Rangers Charity Foundation.
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