Rangers Charity Foundation

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How we work together

The Rangers Charity Foundation and Unicef have been working together for the past 11 years to help children around the world.

Rangers has done an incredible amount for children – raising over £685,000 for education, health and emergency relief. Today, Rangers helps to get clean water and sanitation to communities, so that children can stay healthy and safe. Rangers is also helping Unicef continue to save lives in emergencies.

Rangers is Unicef’s only Scottish football partner. It is the fifth partner club in world football, alongside the likes of Barcelona and Manchester United.

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What we’re doing

Children’s Emergency Fund

Rangers supports the Children’s Emergency Fund, enabling Unicef to respond immediately to emergencies – without having to wait to launch a public appeal.

This is vital when an emergency doesn’t attract wide attention, or when interest has waned.

What we’ve achieved

  • 1 million children reached with potentially life-saving vaccinations.
  • 125,000 children and their families helped in Togo, by rebuilding vital healthcare centres.
  • More young girls going to secondary school in Rajasthan, India.

11 years

working together to support vulnerable children worldwide.

Over 1.5 million

children supported worldwide since the partnership began.

We are proud to support Unicef’s work in ensuring children have access to clean water and sanitation, building upon our legacy over the last 11 years.
Connal Cochrane, Rangers Charity Foundation Director