All the Celtic Ladies...Put Your Hands up!

All the Celtic Ladies…Put Your Hands up!


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Its that time of Year when we can give thanks for what we have, but of course, some folk out there have not.

The Celtic Charity Foundation are running a few events over Xmas including a special Ladies Lunch.

Details below, all contributions as always welcome:

CELTICS first-team players have got behind Celtic FC Foundation’s 2014 Christmas Appeal. Scott Brown, Craig Gordon and Adam Matthews thanked supporters for their incredible generosity to date and encouraged them to play their part in this year’s Appeal, which strives to honour our founding principles and help those in our community who need it most.

The Celtic Captain said: “Christmas should be a time of joy for all of us, but it can be difficult for many individuals and families, who face poverty, hardship and disadvantage.”

Craig Gordon commented: “Our target is to provide a proper Christmas meal for around 200 local families, who otherwise would go without, as well as giving gifts for the younger family members.

And Adam Matthews added: “If we don’t help them…there might not be a Christmas in those households. We are also aiming to support local charities who care for those experiencing the torment of homelessness or other disadvantage. 

“We have managed this in previous years but only because of your generosity. We urgently need the support of the Celtic Family to help us again this year.”

You can watch the players’ message HERE



Celtic kicked off the Appeal recently with a wonderful £10,000 donation and we have already received further contributions totalling over £2,000. What a magnificent start.

The generosity and compassion of the Celtic Family is unique and unsurpassed, and Scott, Craig and Adam are requesting your support once again for an Appeal which epitomises the very essence of our Club and truly honours the founding principles of Brother Walfrid.

Please help us brighten up lives and reach our goal this Christmas.

Those individuals and charities we are looking to support through the 2014 Christmas Appeal are:

  • Around 200 local families (a Christmas meal and gifts for the children).
  • Glasgow East Women’s Aid (Gifts, toys and family outings gifts for those in the refuge).
  • Spirit Aid (Christmas hampers for those in need in the West of Scotland).
  • Glasgow Simon Community (we will host a Christmas lunch here at Celtic Park on Sunday, December 7).
  • Loaves and Fishes (a hot meal in the cold weather for the homeless and those living in poverty).
  • The Wayside Club Centre (a refuge and meal on Christmas day for the homeless).
  • Glasgow City Mission (support for their Older Men’s Club which provides food and companionship).
  • Scottish Refugee Council (support for refugees facing their first Christmas in Scotland).
  • The Invisibles (warm goods and clothing for the City’s homeless).
  • Yorkhill Children’s Charity (gifts and activities for children facing a hospital stay over Christmas)

As part of the Appeal, Celtic FC Foundation will be hosting our first ever Ladies Lunch – Ghirls for Good – on Saturday, December 13 in the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park.


DING dong merrily on high!  Places are now available to reserve at Celtic FC Foundation’s inaugural ladies’ lunch event, Ghirls for Good, a key event within our 2014 Christmas Appeal.

Sponsored by the Ellen Kane Trust, the afternoon of fabulous festive fun, fizz and frolics will take place in the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park on Saturday, December 13. Kick-off time is 11.30am for 12noon.

The event will include a glass of fizz on arrival, delicious three-course Christmas lunch, auction, raffle, entertainment, a festive DJ and, of course, a visit from the main man himself, Santa Claus.

We will also ask each gorgeous Ghirl to bring along a gift for a local child and these will be distributed to those who are sick or disadvantaged before the sleigh bells ring on Christmas Eve.

So dig out your party kit, Ghirls, and join us for what is sure to be a magical, heartwarming afternoon to celebrate all that is wonderful about the Celtic Family.

The cost for a table of 10 is £450 or places can be purchased on an individual basis at £45pp.

To make a reservation, please call 0141 551 4262 or email

All funds raised will support our 2014 Christmas Appeal which reflects the very essence of why our Club was set up back in 1887.


Christmas Appeal: