10 PLACES have been released by the Rangers Charity Foundation for the Big Ibrox Sleep Out on Thursday 30 November and just 12 places remain up for grabs for the Big Ibrox Sleep Out on Saturday 2 December.  The sleep out event on Friday 1 December is completely full – all thanks to the tremendous charitable spirit shown by supporters.

The Foundation’s Big Sleep Outs are once again supporting projects which tackle homelessness in our city. If you can handle spending a cold winter’s night at Ibrox Stadium with just a sleeping bag for warmth, then sign up now and help some very special causes.

For the second year running, the Foundation is delighted that Rangers kit sponsor 32Red has pledged its generous support to the Foundation and to every fan taking part in the Sleep Outs.

The online betting company will once again kick-start every participant’s fundraising by donating their first £10 of sponsorship and will sponsor the fantastic hot breakfast provided for everyone in the morning after the event.

32Red Chief Commercial Officer Matt Booth said: “At 32Red we are very proud of our association with the Rangers Foundation and the success of last year’s Big Ibrox Sleep Out event. We are once again delighted to continue our support to raise money for the Foundation and their charity partners.

“The fans at Rangers supported the cause in great numbers last year and we hope they will again this year, to raise awareness about homelessness. All of us at 32Red wish the fans good luck for their night under the stars.”

This season we’re supporting two important projects tackling homelessness with Glasgow City Mission and Simon Community Scotland, with proceeds from the Sleep Outs being split three ways between these charities and the Foundation’s work in the community.

Sleep Out participants will spend the night at Ibrox either on the technical area pitch-side or in the stand (undercover) if the weather is wet and will get a small glimpse of the nightly conditions experienced by people in our city who are street homeless.

Fans taking part in the Sleep Out will be asked to bring along warm clothing and a sleeping bag and the Foundation will provide a ground covering, hot soup and beverages and a hot breakfast in the morning.

Every participant is asked to raise a minimum of £100 to join the Big Sleep Out and by doing so will also become a True Blue Hero and be invited to a special reception to receive a True Blue Hero medal from a Rangers first team player next year.

To find out more about the Big Ibrox Sleep Out or to secure one of the last remaining places contact the Foundation now on 0141 580 8775 or email [email protected].  Participants must be 16 years of age or older and a registration fee of £20 per person is applicable. 

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