Rangers have donated unused food from Wednesday’s postponed Ibrox clash with Ross County to a food bank in Glasgow.
The Ibrox club announced that the decision was taken to call off the Premiership game after County were unable to travel south because of the driving conditions on the roads.
It comes after the A9 and other major Scottish roads were severely affected by snowy, wet and windy conditions caused by Storm Gerrit.
Following the games postponement, Rangers teamed up with club catering partner Levy and donated unused food from hospitality suites and kiosks to The Simon Community, a homeless charity based in Glasgow.
Rangers CEO, James Bisgrove, said: “While of course, everyone at Rangers was hoping for tonight’s match to go ahead, we were very keen to support Glasgow’s homeless community with a donation of some of the unused food from our sold-out hospitality suites and kiosks.
“We are extremely proud of our community roots at Rangers, and we felt this was the least we could do, particularly at this time of year. I’d like to thank our partners, Levy, for their excellent support in making this possible.”
The SPFL are to announce a rescheduled date for the game in due course.
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