Rangers Charity Foundation have pledged a huge amount of money to UNICEF to support children and their families.

The charity based at Ibrox announced that they would be donating £25,000 to UNICEF UK’s Children’s Emergency Fund with the money being put towards ready-to-use therapeutic food to help treat hundreds of children.

It comes after in recent months the Children’s Emergency Fund was used by UNICEF to help children and families affected by the earthquake in Morocco in September; to provide continued support to over four million children displaced by the war in Ukraine, and now to provide urgent assistance in the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the wider State of Palestine.

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Jon Sparkes, chief executive at The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK), thanked the charity for their donation.

Connal Cochrane, Rangers Charity Foundation chief executive, added: “The Foundation has worked with UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s charity, since 2008.

"Our longstanding international partner, UNICEF is always there in times of crisis and we are proud to play our part on behalf of the Rangers family in helping them to support children and families in desperate situations around the world.”