RANGERS Football Club picked up a coveted accolade at a top awards bash in Glasgow last night (Thursday 5th June 2008) for its educational work in the community.
The club’s Study Support Centre, and various other educational initiatives organised via Rangers Football in the Community and The Rangers Charity Foundation, was recognised with a ‘Big Tick’ at the Scottish Business in the Community Awards ceremony.
The Awards for Excellence, which are supported by the Scottish Government, are the most rigorous awards recognising responsible business practice in the UK today and winners have to demonstrate a strategic and long-term approach to creating partnerships which have a measurable and enduring impact.
The ground-breaking Rangers Study Support Centre was launched in November 2001 and has since inspired thousands of children from across the city, with over 140,000 separate visits being made to the centre to date.
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