The latest news from See Think Make about Arts Award in Scotland. See Think Make can support you to deliver Arts Award with young people, aged up to 25 in all sorts of settings, involving a wide range of art forms. If you'd like a bit of help getting started, with preparing for moderation or anything in between, get in touch.
South West Community cycles are really pleased to be working with Joe McNichol - Custom Originals to deliver an 8 week Art programme for those living in the Southside of Glasgow who are currently unemployed. The course will offer you an opportunity to learn drawing and painting techniques, create your own artwork using watercolours, meet new people and build your confidence in comfortable surroundings at our historic Railway Station.
Karen McGregor is moving on as chief executive of Firstport, Scotland’s social enterprise development agency, which celebrates ten years of supporting social entrepreneurs next month.
New Pact, New Impact?
Locavore are really pleased to let you know they have finalised missives on a new property for our Big Plan… and it is in the South Side. Subject to planning and building warrant application being granted within three months, they have secured a long term lease on the former Pandora Bar on Victoria Road/Calder Street.
Glasgow is set to serve up another helping of soup at the next round of this remarkable community crowdfunding evening.
Unity (formerly known as Unity Enterprise) was set up in 1989.
VoiceOver is a social enterprise interpreting agency established by the Govan Community Project (GCP) to provide affordable interpreting to help eliminate language barriers.
Space Unlimited is delighted to receive a National Lottery award of £128,365 from the Big Lottery Fund Grants for Improving Lives to develop our ‘Confident Transitions’ approach with young people in Glasgow and South Ayrshire.
Homes for Good are piloting a new service which is trying to challenge the traditional rented accommodation model, which many tenants associate with going from property to property, never feeling fully settled. Homes for Good want their tenants to call their property their home.
Looking for a desk to rent in a friendly and creative atmosphere? Looking for 24-hour access to the office with immediate links into town via subway, bus and expressway? Then they have just what you are looking for. With phenomenal views of the river, central Glasgow and beyond, Fablevision Studios offers desk rental space at extremely competitive rates. We are always looking for new creative buddies to join them at the Studios’ hub, so get in touch if you would like more information.
Spruce Carpets is a dynamic social enterprise helping people on low incomes and at risk of homelessness secure access to low cost floor coverings, by diverting valuable resources from landfill and helping people to overcome barriers to employment in the process. We are well on our way to become a £1 million+ turnover triple-bottom-line business making a leading contribution to carpet re-use and recycling in Scotland. We now need an experienced fundraising specialist to help secure investment in our growth and our charitable purpose. This role will suit a highly motivated self-starter with a passion for growing mission-driven organisations and a strong track record in securing investment from trusts, foundations and statutory funders.
Race down to The Experience for electric offers you won’t want to miss! Whether you’re looking for a family day out, or a night out with friends, we have some great deals for you.
African Challenge Scotland are currently hosting a series of event, to celebrate the diversity in our beautiful city of Glasgow and to empower our communities.
This report examines the role of the social economy in bringing about inclusive growth that generates more and better jobs in UK cities, particularly for people who are in - or at risk of - poverty.
Glasgow’s Stalled Spaces Programme – Call for Applications
Following on from last year's success, 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 DYW agenda - this time with a particular focus on equalities.
The Consultative Draft of the Glasgow Community Plan has been developed by partners in the city to articulate the priority areas where joint action can make a real difference. Residents are invited to voice their opinions on the plan.
DNDP CIC are raising funds to provide sustainable employment for people with disabilities. Providing courier & digital services. Check out their Crowdfunder now