President Andy Kerr said: “We wholeheartedly express our support for the proposed Famine Memorial in Glasgow and the recent Glasgow City Council decision to give their backing to the project should be applauded.
"We would like to take this opportunity not just to express our support in words - we also undertake to make a donation towards the cost of the memorial.
"The Irish Famine was a terrible tragedy for the whole of that island and also had an effect in the north of Scotland.
"It did not discriminate on the grounds of gender, age or religion and we think it is absolutely fitting that a memorial remembers those who suffered as a result.
"Rangers have a large and loyal following from Northern Ireland and many of their ancestors were affected by the famine.
"Irish migration to the city has helped to shape it and we hope that the memorial will serve not only as a reminder of the migration caused by the famine - and the welcome shown to those who settled in Scotland as a result - but also as recognition of wider Irish migration to the city.
"This memorial will have particular relevance to our fans in Ulster and “Rangers ‘Til I Die Northern Ireland (RTIDNI)” have given their full backing to the project.
"This memorial has the chance to represent the entire Irish community in Glasgow and we hope that is what it will do.
"Details of a donation from the Rangers fans will be made available once Glasgow City Council forms their working group and details of the proposed memorial are released.”