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Annexe Communities (Development Trust)Annexe Communities is a leading charity and community enterprise with over 15 years' experience of delivering highly successful health and wellbeing initiatives. Find out more by visiting our website. Bike for GoodBike for Good started in July 2010, unfunded in a small stall in Glasgow’s famous Barras market. 7 years later we have two branches. An amazing team of 50 + individuals, and we changed thousands of lives. Community Central HallCommunity Central Hall is an award winning development trust based in the Maryhill area of Glasgow serving the north west of Glasgow. Connect Community TrustConnect Community Trust was established in 2003 and since then has established and operate a wide range of services and activities within 4 community facilities and allotments in the Greater Easterhouse area of Glasgow. Services and activities within these facilities provide help, support, training, fun and social interaction for all ages in the community. Community empowerment is at the heart of the organisation, local people leading, participating and developing all of the services. Deaf ConnectionsDeaf Connections is a leading voluntary organisation for Deaf and hard of hearing people, providing a range of charitable and professional services. These services include; social care services, family services, community education, social inclusion, interpretation and translation, health and advocacy services. As well as its social impact, Deaf Connections embraces the humour, creativity and vivacity of the Deaf Community. Flourish HouseFlourish House is an independent Charity established in 1997 which aims to enable people with mental illness to regain purposeful lives in the community. Fuse Youth CafeFuse Youth Café Glasgow is a charity working in East Glasgow providing a variety of services to young people of the area. Kinning Park ComplexKinning Park is…a space that connects community, creativity and change. Knightswood Community ScioKnightswood Community SCIO (SCIO) manages and operates Knightswood Community Centre (KCC) for and on behalf of the people of Knightswood. It works to strengthen Knightswood sense of community through the provision and programming of affordable and social, cultural, recreational, educational, and health and fitness services and facilities. Its goal is for Knightswood Community Centre to be clearly identified and truly recognised as the centre of the community in Knightswood. Locavore Community Interest CompanyLocavore, meaning 'eater of local food', is a social enterprise which exists to take forward projects and activities which contribute to the creation of sustainable local food economies. Maryhill Burgh Halls TrustMaryhill Burgh Halls Trust owns and manages the Burgh Halls. We are a registered Scottish Charity and Company limited by guarantee. Any profits we make go back into running and maintaining the Burgh Halls building for future generations. MILK CafeMILK is a social enterprise set up to empower and support refugee and migrant women living in Glasgow. We run a cafe in the southside of the city where we aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment that promotes integration within the community. Pavillion Youth CafePavillion 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. Possobilities/Cook'nCareWorking from a purpose built Centre in Possilpark we offer a wide range of services to vulnerable/disabled people in Glasgow. Everyone welcome, please click to see our services. South West Community CyclesSWCC aims to help relieve poverty, improve the health and education of local people and protect the local environment through the provision of affordable bike related services and activities. The Glad CafeThe Glad Cafe operates as both a venue and licensed cafe in the Shawlands area of the southside of Glasgow. It aims to have something to offer people of any age or background in this diverse and vibrant local community. The Pearce InstituteThe 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 Pollokshields TrustA community anchor organisation which takes a strategic view of the burgh of Pollokshields. We work to create the circumstances in which community-led development can flourish. We work with existing and new single-issue community bodies. The Project Cafe CICThe Project Cafe is a community resource founded on good food bringing people together. The cafe exists as a platform for social exchange alongside serving a simple and wholesome menu striving to incorporate the local vegetables and organic produce that Scotland offer us seasonally in Glasgow’s city centre. The Senior Centre - CastlemilkThe Senior Centre considers itself a 'youth club for the over 55s' and our main objective is to offer and promote social opportunities for the residents of Castlemilk and its surrounding areas. We aim to ensure that more independent older adults within the community can continue to live at home and improve their social connections and relationships with their peers. UnityUnity Enterprise is a dynamic Third sector organisation operating for 28 years, with a clear social purpose to support people who may be vulnerable or isolated in their community. Well-fed Scotland
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