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Bridges Out of Poverty, Glasgow
Bridges out of Poverty, Glasgow is based on an empowerment tool that was developed in America (in 1997) and is now being used in other parts of the world. We offer a unique understanding of economic diversity that can give individuals, families, and communities new ways of solving problems.
Castlemilk Relaxation Centre
We provide a range of flexible Stress Management Services to Castlemilk & many surrounding areas tailored to the needs of individuals and groups.
CEIS supports communities and enterprises through a range of services including, business support, employability programmes, event management and business finance.
Community Renewal works to transform communities by engaging and supporting people to get involved in community activity and to improve health, learning and employment.
Culinary Ability Awards
Supporting people with disabilities to work in the hospitality industry through our competition (est. 10 years ago) and our training centre, which we want to open this year.
DRC Generations mentoring, transitions and support service.
Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust & De'ils On Wheels
Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust is an emerging social enterprise based in the West of Glasgow that provides a range of environmentally-themed services including bike recycling and used bike sales, cycling activities, hire of pedal-powered generators, community consultations and engagement activities and green space improvements.
Eco Drama are passionate about making quality theatre and creative learning experiences for children and young people which nurture a sense of curiosity, wonder and care for our natural world and remind us we are part of an amazing living planet.
EVH - Supporting Social Employers
EVH - Supporting Social Employers (EVH) is an Employers Federation, formed in 1978, with its early roots in social housing organisations.
Fablevision Studios is a Social Enterprise based in Glasgow and is a sister company to the Charity, Fablevision. Our aim and mission is to deliver bespoke event management, filming and editing to businesses in both the private and public sector across Scotland - but with a difference.
Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse was established in 1989 to improve life in Glasgow’s east end, by developing local solutions to local problems.
Fuse Youth Cafe
Fuse Youth Café Glasgow is a charity working in East Glasgow providing a variety of services to young people of the area.
GCIL Equality Academy
GCIL Equality Academy is an exciting new venture for GCIL, providing training, consultancy and market research services to all sectors.
Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH)
GAMH promotes the mental health and wellbeing of people and their communities in the Greater Glasgow area
Grameen Scotland Foundation
Grameen Bank is the institution that pioneered microcredit for the poor in 1976. It has now become the world’s largest bank that caters exclusively for the financial needs of the most disadvantaged in our society, having been successfully replicated now in more than 40 countries around the world.
Haven offers high quality services to businesses in contract packing, quality inspection and re-work, secure storage, printing and mailing.
Heart for the City
The Organisation exists to support members of the community to access employability and social enterprise, offers skills training and signposting for members of the Ethnic minority communities. At our base in London Road we also create a social & working space for new entrepreneurs.
Jeely Piece Club
The Jeely Piece Club is dedicated to supporting and improving play & learning opportunities for children and families in Castlemilk and across the City
Over the past 25 years, Lifelink has been designing and operating services to support young people and adults with stress related, mild to moderate mental health issues and complex needs. We deliver services in community settings across Glasgow and also deliver school counselling services in many of the secondary schools in Glasgow, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.
For over 25 years Limelight Music has provided pioneering and innovative access to high quality musical education, qualifications, recreational participation and careers for individual of all ages and abilities. Our workforce constitutes Scotland first generation of professional musicians with impairments, who work alongside established non-disabled artists to train the next generation in inclusive music making, and support those with additional support needs towards full-time musical employment. These staff bring their own skills, personalities and experience to engage with individual with very diverse impairments. This work is seen as transferable because it addresses needs and tackles disadvantage experienced by individuals with impairments.
Lingo Flamingo CIC
There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that speaking multiple languages can delay the onset of Dementia by up to 5 years. More generally, learning a foreign language benefits the brain in other ways, by increasing reading comprehension, logic and mathematical skills, and memory and decision making skills.
Cafe in the bustling heart of the Southside of Glasgow serving delicious coffee, tea and home cooked food all whilst supporting asylum seeker women.
We support, assist and empower people affected by homelessness and vulnerable young people, to develop the skills and tools they need to make more informed choices, build resilience and reach their own long-term solutions.
North Area Transport Association Ltd
Established in January 2004 with only two minibuses, NATA now operate a fleet of accessible 16-seaters and provide specialist training for individuals and groups involved with escorting passengers on minibuses.
Parent Network Scotland
PNS run workshops, co-ordinate support groups and provide training tailored to meet the needs of parents in communities across Scotland.
Pavillion Youth Cafe
Pavillion Youth Café is a charity youth organisation based in the Blairtummock area of Glasgow East. Probably the best youth café in the whole wide world, we here at Pavillion provide young people with a safe, welcoming and alcohol and drug-free environment for children and young people in the local area.
Post Creative CIC
Post Creative's aim is to help 'Transform the way 3rd sector organisations use digital technology to drive social change'
Radiant and Brighter Community Interest Company
Radiant and Brighter provides training and support services for community empowerment and engagement, enterprise, and career development.
Recycle Mobility Centre
Recycle Mobility Centre is a not for profit social enterprise with the aim of providing predominately 2nd hand refurbished mobility equipment to disabled/elderly who can least afford to buy new.
Rosemount Lifelong Learning
We support people in North Glasgow, who think they can’t, to take up friendly, easy to access learning opportunities, allied to quality childcare. We maximise chances for adults and children of all hues and backgrounds to mix, learn, grow and prosper.
Scottish Community Services Agency (SCIO)
Our primary aim is to provide employment support training and to alleviate poverty by helping people to retain and secure jobs.
See Think Make
See Think Make is the development and training agency for Arts Award in Scotland, working with Trinity College London.
Social Enterprise Direct
Social Enterprise Direct (SED) provides high quality call management services that stand out in a competitive market by providing accredited training to staff and reinvesting all profit in creating sustainable employment. SED is the commercial arm of Advice Direct Scotland trading as Citizens Advice Direct (ADS), a charity registered in Scotland (number SC034473).
Soul Food Sisters
Soul Food Sisters is catering company bringing authentic global cuisine to Glasgow via Govanhill. Soul Food Sisters is a social enterprise which uses catering as means of raising the aspirations of migrant women and developing their skills.The Cooperative has been formed by 5 women from Spain, Thailand, Poland, Malaysia and Cuba joined by a shared passion for cooking and an appetite for female self-help. Our mission is
Space Unlimited supports educators, other public service providers and businesses to work directly alongside young people to design and take action together.
StepUp Shoeshine CIC
StepUp Shoeshine CIC is a high-energy, Glasgow-based social enterprise that offers a professional shoeshine service in offices and other locations.
Sunny G Community Radio
Our Vision - To create a community that is creative, inclusive and speaking with its own voice, where people are equipped to take on challenges, participate in opportunities and achieve their own potential.
The Adventure Academy CIC
The Adventure Academy CIC is a community interest company who specialise in delivering outdoor learning experiences.
The Experience - Kibble Education and Care Centre
The Experience is a themed entertainment and events venue based in Hillington Park. Opening at the end of 2014, the flexible space includes:
The Pearce Institute
The Pearce Institute opened in 1906, providing community halls and recreation rooms to the people of Govan. It was designed in the popular Edwardian Renaissance style by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson. The façade is richly decorated with sculpture, topped by a model of a fully-rigged galleon.
The Wise Group
The Wise Group is a social enterprise founded in 1983. We are a business that tackles social, economic and environmental problems.
The Women's Centre Glasgow
The Women's Centre was built in1994. For over 20 years we have provided a safe space for women in Glasgow.
Thriving Survivors is a social enterprise that focuses on supporting survivors of trauma. By offering support and extensive training programmes we aim to offer a second chance at a successful career for those who need a helping hand and a little understanding of how trauma significantly effects everyday life.
Workforce Creation is a newly formed Social Enterprise specifically established to alleviate employment prospects disadvantage faced by people with disability and usually of higher educational attainment who have perceived barrier to work.
Young Enterprise Scotland
Young Enterprise Scotland supports young people aged 5-25 across Scotland. We provide training and practical learning experiences to young people of all backgrounds.
Glasgow Social Enterprise Network
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