As a result of members contributing to Club 1872 and specifying their donations, or a portion of their donations, should be used on special projects it is dutiful of the board to seek ideas from our membership.
The board now seek ideas from its members as to the projects they wish to be considered. Once the ideas from our members are collated we will then poll our full membership who will have the ultimate decision on where funds are spent.
Some of the Club 1872 directors recently gave their views on the type of projects that may excite members. Alex Wilson commented “I like the idea of a monument similar to the iconic John Greig statue that would allow our fans to celebrate other important Rangers from our incredible history”.
William Cowie added “As a season ticket holder I would like to hear our members opinions on projects that could enhance the match day experience at Ibrox”.
Craig Houston said “Youth football is very close to my heart and I’d like to investigate ways that today’s fans could leave a legacy by contributing towards our youth football department”.
We would welcome ideas from our members and would invite them to contact us via before 8th April and give us their thoughts on potential projects. Any projects need to fit Community Interest Company legislation and once the directors of Club 1872 have established the suitability of all those supplied they can then poll members to establish the most popular.