Rangers Captain Lee McCulloch has presented a cheque for £31,096 to Prostate Cancer UK to celebrate the end of a year-long partnership as the Rangers Charity Foundation's National Charity Partner.
Over 120 of the Foundation's supporters raised an amazing £26,096 by joining the Rangers team as they grew moustaches for Movember, with Prostate Cancer UK benefitting as the principal UK recipient of money raised during the campaign. The Rangers Charity Foundation has topped this up with a further £5,000, taking its fundraising total to over £31,000 - smashing the target of £20,000 which was set at the start of the season.
The donation will fund the distribution of information for older men with or concerned about prostate cancer, the expansion of the Charity's network of support groups, including the provision of additional key resources, and vital research work in Scotland into the disease.
Ann Ferguson, Head of Scotland Operations at Prostate Cancer UK, said: "We are so grateful to Rangers supporters and to the Rangers Charity Foundation for their hard work, support and generosity in helping to raise such a fantastic contribution."