RANGERS Charity Foundation has donated £12,500 to support UNICEF's global efforts to deliver Covid-19 vaccines to the most vulnerable. 

The donation will contribute to the global agency's mission to distribute the jags worldwide

Specifically, Rangers' donation will deliver more than 9200 vaccine doses to health workers in countries like Malawi. 

Connal Cochrane, Rangers Charity Foundation Director said: “We are immensely proud of our long-standing partnership with UNICEF whose global reach has been invaluable in this unprecedented global pandemic. We know we are fortunate to live in a country where the majority of adults have now been offered their first vaccination but things will only return to being more ‘normal’ when that is the case in many more countries.

“I would like to thank all of our supporters who take on personal challenges, volunteer, donate and do so much to help all the charities we support every season. It is thanks to their commitment that we have been able to help UNICEF make sure health workers are vaccinated all over the world.”

UNICEF is aiming to deliver coronavirus vaccinations to 92 low and middle-income countries on behalf of the COVAX Facility - helping to ensure there is equal access to the jag around the world.