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BOLD is Scotland’s first social enterprise branding and design and agency. Now in its eighth year of operation it exists to provide to calibre branding strategy, design, web development and strategic marketing services to the third sector.
Caring Operations Joint Action Council
Established in 1984, Cojac operates from a barrier free resource centre which has benefited from fundraising investment of just over one million pounds.
CEIS supports communities and enterprises through a range of services including, business support, employability programmes, event management and business finance.
FARE works in disadvantaged communities. Our aim is to improve the lives of children and families by raising aspirations, creating opportunities and equipping people with the knowledge and skills to get the most out of life.
Glasgow Connected Arts Network
Glasgow CAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow.
We are a cooperative that seeks to connect people by engaging them in making beautiful things. Our tangible products have meaning - made from glass and ceramics – they link back to an older Glasgow.
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.
LiveEco has developed all the necessary capabilities as a full-service design and installation team to provide RECC approved and MCS accredited designs.
Mellow Parenting is a family of evidenced based programmes developed to support parents and their children in making good relationships.
Neilston Development Trust
Formed by local people in 2006, Neilston Development Trust (NDT) is a charity and social enterprise serving the village and residents of Neilston.
New Rhythms for Glasgow
We are a grassroots organisation based in Springburn, who have been serving North Glasgow for over 20 years. We use the creative industries as a means of engaging, empowering, restoring, healing and energising individuals and communities. Music, art and movement are our tools.
Nutrition Scotland is a social enterprise delivering community nutrition education. We are committed to reducing health inequalities through the research, design and delivery of evidence-based nutrition and food skills services.
Parent Network Scotland
PNS is strength-based, relationship-based organisation that has both a track record of success in local communities and great potential to expand its reach and impact. Our self-selected participants tend to be people who are finding parenthood particularly challenging – whether for personal and/or circumstantial reasons. Our staff and volunteers are empathetic, empowering and effective supporters of these diverse parents.
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.
The Advocacy Project
The Advocacy Project's Engagement & Involvement Service specialises in ensuring services should be truly person centred, putting the person’s views at the heart of the service. We specialise in using a range of communication tools and creative methods to engage effectively and meaningfully with people who use services.
The Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative Limited
CDPI is a research, networking and advocacy social enterprise concerned with the protection and promotion of maritime heritage along the River and Firth of Clyde.
The Village Storytelling Centre
The Village Storytelling Centre is all about people and language. We recognise that talking and listening allow us to share and learn from each other. Good storytelling is about relationships, it is about making connections between people.
Thriving Survivors aims to Re-Empower, Re-Integrate and Re-Employ people who are unemployed, suffering ill health or disabilities or who suffer with mental health conditions as a result of a traumatic event.
Transport Planning and Engineering
Transport Planning & Engineering (TP&E) is a social enterprise transport consultancy delivering sustainable transport networks to allow anyone, anywhere to enjoy the benefits of cycling.
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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