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The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club

Please support former Rangers player David Hagen

To help provide financial support for David and his family
Charity Registration No: SCO38461

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Former Rangers player David Hagen has been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND). David has been diagnosed with this incurable illness at the age of just 45.

The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club have launched this JustGiving page to raise funds for David and his young family.

If you can spare a few pounds please click to donate and leave a message of support for David.

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Supporters

171

Margaret Warner

5 months ago

Iain Hamilton

5 months ago

Keep fighting David. Once a Ranger, always a Ranger. Stay strong.

£10.00

mark rintoul

7 months ago

all the very best to david and his family,this payment is on behalf of my niece olivia marshall and nephew ryan marshall,

£28.00

Colin JOHNSTONE

9 months ago

£20.00

+ £5 Gift Aid

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Donald Johnston

9 months ago

Never forget David’s contribution to Falkirk’s victory in 1997 Scot Cup Semi v Celtic !

£10.00

+ £2.5 Gift Aid

About the charity

The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club
The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club

The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club assists former players of Rangers FC where possible. Our support and assistance is wide and varied and may include medical or financial help. All funds received are greatly appreciated by the many former players of our great institution.

Charity Registration No: SCO38461

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£4,308.47

+ £690.38 Gift Aid

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Please support former Rangers player David Hagen

The Rangers Former Players Benevolent Club