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  1. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/colin-duncan-fares-not-fair-4697316 "THE widespread condemnation which followed Wigan chairman Dave Whelan’s alleged racist and anti-Semitic outburst last week was understandable. His Alf Garnett-esque comments in the wake of appointing Malky Mackay manager added to the outrage . Mackay is subject to an FA probe, investigating texts and emails of a racist, sexist and homophobic nature. The anti-discriminatory bodies didn’t miss Whelan who could now find himself in the dock alongside his manager. Football Against Racism in Europe were among t
  2. RFC Good to see that some of our "more vocal" fans is helping the Rangers Family along.
  3. THE Rangers Charity Foundation is delighted to share news from our International Charity Partner UNICEF on the ongoing difference our support has made in Togo, West Africa where we recently funded the renovation of 7 health centres, and helped equip a further 6. The Foundation raised £200,000 in support of this project which helped UNICEF to strengthen the rights of children living in the poorest areas of Togo. The aim of the initiative was to ensure mothers and children had access to good quality health services, targeting three particular regions: Savanes, Kara and Maritime. These areas
  4. It has been claimed that FARE. which is headed up by Piara Powar, are the organisation which reported the Rangers support to UEFA. Piara Powar was previously at Kick It Out, and I thought that it may be interesting to look at a couple of issues that occurred when he was at KIO. June 2007 - their newsletter has the following - "It has taken 25 years for a professional Jewish Football League player to break through - so meet Joe Jacobson, proof that this community does not stop at owning clubs and trading players." It seems that Piara Powar has no problem with stereotyping Jewish peo
  5. I know I have not been on the site for long and, and not contributed a lot as of yet but I thought Id share and ask a BIG BIG Bear favour A goup of 3 friends and I have decided to take part in the Sponsored 'Walk with Walter' event, in conjunction with the Rangers Charity Foundation, to help raise money for... 1.Prostate Cancer UK and 2.UNICEF Although your donations are gratefully welcome and will benefit all those who are affected, we are trying to raise as a team �£500. Your money will help Prostate Cancer fund awareness into treatment and help improve their Helpline
  6. Hi, I am wondering (if it is possible or likely) where I would be able to enquire about getting corporate sponsorship for a charity event I am taking part in to raise funds for the Rangers Charity Foundation and UNICEF? My thought was maybe the guys that are in the Rangers Matchday programme that have sponsored a player, or players, for the course of a season. I guess it's safe to assume that these guys have an interest in the club. I have raised just shy of �£150 (so far) and wondered if a corporate sponsor may put down �£20/30/40/50 if the donation was made against their name
  7. Hi guys, I've created an eBay auction for the Rangers Charity Foundation (more information in the eBay link below) - would anyone be willing to drop a bid in to get the bids going? Charity eBay Auction for Rangers Photo Frame I'm not expecting much for this, but every penny counts Many thanks, Picco
  8. Hi folks, I’m raising money for UNICEF and the Rangers Charity Foundation using JustGiving and wondered if anyone would be willing to sponsor me for 50p (or anything you can afford). This is for the "Walk with Walter" around the Ibrox pitch 19 times (one for every trophy won by Sir Walter) with Walter, Coisty and Durranty. Anything you can donate would be very much appreciated! It's all for a really good cause! I'm really hoping to get to the Ã?£100 mark and i'm slowly, but surely, getting there. :smile: You can make a donation via my page: http://http://www.justgiving.com/Craig-R
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