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Paradise to Cardenden Cycle 2015

Paradise to Cardenden Cycle 2015

CELTIC FC Foundation are delighted to announce the launch of the 2015 Paradise to Cardenden Cycle event.

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    Christmas Appeal 2014 - Yorkhill Visit

    The first team players make their annual visit to Yorkhill Children's Charity and makea donation on behalf of our Appeal.

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    07 Jul 13:26 via Twitter Web Client

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    Top marks for Celtic FC Foundation Huddle

    15 June 2015

    A MAGNIFICENT group of around 80 supporters scaled the country’s highest mountain at the weekend and performed a Huddle at the summit....as Scotland attempted to retain a touch of the Arctic in the middle of June!

    Each climber committed to raising a minimum of £125 to take part in the momentous event and Celtic FC Foundation are delighted to confirm that participants are well on the way to raising in excess of £15,000.

    Well done to all of the participants!

    1888 Charity Shield

    01 June 2015

    CELTIC FC Foundation hosted the 2015 1888 Charity Shield, seven-a-side tournament at Celtic FC’s Lennoxtown Training Centre on Sunday.

    For the third year in a row, the official sponsor of the event was Glasgow family firm, ACE Refrigeration. 

    And when the final whistle blew, it was the Bhoys from Tower Bar Round Toll who emerged triumphant, receiving the 1888 Charity Shield and winners’ medals from Celtic FC Foundation’s CEO, Tony Hamilton

    The tournament raised an incredible net total of almost £12,000 and will support Celtic FC Foundation’s new ‘Inspiring Sport’ project.