The event was a great success and we would like to thank the Party Leaders, MSPs and many other supporters from the world of sport and beyond for their continued invaluable support.
The Scottish Government is a long-standing supporter of the campaign; a campaign which has cross-party support at Holyrood.
First Minister Alex Salmond, said:
"I wish to congratualte Show Racism the Red Card as they mark their 15th anniversary. I am pleased they have chosen to celebrate here in the Scottish Parliament, where, following my Government's re-election, I once again made it clear that Scotland's strength has always been in its diversity - a diversity that we value in our One Scotland with Many Cultures, a society where there is no place for prejudice, discrimination and hatred.
"Over the last 15 years, Show Racism the Red Card have shown us that football can challenge such negative attitudes and behaviours within football grounds and in the wider communities. It is particularly important in difficult economic times such as these for organisations to continue to work together and with communities, to ensure the most vulnerable within our society are supported and there will be no let up in our resolve to rid Scotland of such behaviour - which has no place in our modern, inclusive Scotland.”
We hope this event reinforced the value of our charity and the pro active and diverse work that we undertake and how important it is that we continue to reach out to communities to tackle racism and sectarianism.
See more event coverage here.