Elevate-Glasgow PSP have just put on Public Contracts Scotland a tender for a Three Year Longitudinal Impact, Outcome and Process Evaluation for Elevate-Glasgow PSP.
Pollok Credit Union (PCU) has a long history of hiring apprentices and Adam and Alex are the latest recruits, as part of its ethos of helping young people gain skills that will allow them to pursue a fulfilling career, in partnership with QA Apprenticeships.
The Glasgow Community Plan has now been published online at www.glasgowcpp.org.uk/communityplan
Congratulations to The Experience who have been re-accredited 5 stars as a Visit Scotland Activity Centre!
The Icon Awards are Scotland’s biggest awards ceremony recognising commitment to diversity and inclusion. Whilst maintaining some focus on support for the LGBT+ community, the awards also exist to reward people and organisations who’s impact on diversity and inclusion in its wider context can be seen in their communities.
DNDP C.I.C is raising funds to create sustainable employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Young Enterprise Scotland and their social enterprise YES Works Ltd were delighted to have Patrick Harvie MSP pop by to learn about our work and this short video shows how impressed he was to meet with us and the young people we support!
Move On, an established and successful Edinburgh and Glasgow-based charity supporting homeless people and vulnerable young people, is seeking to appoint a Manager with proven skills and experience in forming and growing a new social enterprise.
Angela Constance, Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities headed a Scottish delegation in Christchurch, New Zealand on 29th September 2017 at the closing ceremony for the 2017 Social Enterprise World Forum during which she accepted handover of the event, which will next take place on 12-14th September 2018 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Following the success of last year, DYW Glasgow have again committed resources towards the development of an Opportunity Fund to support, encourage and enable organisations in Glasgow to engage with the Developing the Young Workforce agenda – this time with a particular focus on equalities. Applicants were able to apply for funding of between £100 and £4000 to support their project.
Baillieston Community Care wish to further strengthen the governance of our charity by recruiting new Directors for our Management Committee. They are seeking positive individuals who can contribute and bring appropriate skills to our Management Committee. They are particularly interested to recruit people with a background and expertise in:
Thriving Survivors have moved into new premises at Mansionhouse and have a free 8 week Discovering Me programme due to start from our brand new training facility on October 24th this also has a fully funded childcare facility for all who take part.
Greg Chauvet,CEO of Glasgow Bike Station is delighted to announce that from November onwards, Glasgow Bike Station is re-branding and will be known as Bike for Good.
Later this year VisitScotland are launching their dedicated business tourism marketing campaign aimed at attracting international conferences to Scotland – Project Legends.
The Glasgow Guarantee provides businesses with support and financial subsidies to encourage business growth through the recruitment of young people.
The draft programme is out for Senscot's SE Conference hosted in partnership with SFS and Community Enterprise and with support from Scottish Community Alliance. Being held at the Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld, the event will explore how social/community enterprises can work more effectively together.
The Wheatley Pledge is a financial incentive scheme provided by Wheatley Foundation to employers who recruit unemployed people who live in one of our homes or receive our care services. Incentives are available for job and apprenticeship opportunities, subject to terms and conditions.
Join FareShare at the Glasgow Depot for an informal day of networking, learning and treats!
New round of grants for smaller grassroots, third sector organisations in Scotland working hard to tackle welfare reform and poverty in communities throughout Scotland.
Community Interest Company Scotcash works to provide affordable credit, financial support and guidance to tackle financial exclusion across Scotland.