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ApparelXchange is an emerging social enterprise dedicated to school uniform re-use.
Bike for Good
Bike 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.
Common Wheel supports people with mental illness by providing meaningful activities. We have three projects. Our bike project supports people in repairing and recycling old bikes into 'good as new' bikes for our clients to ride away and keep. Long term bike project participants support our Bike Engineers in repairing and customising bikes for sale to the general public, this is the social enterprise part of the project.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust/Rags to Riches
Govanhill Baths Community Trust’s goal is to re-open the baths as a Wellbeing Centre and at the same time contribute to the wider social, cultural and built regeneration of Govanhill as a community through a range of activities.
High Rise Bakers (Bridging the Gap)
High Rise Bakers has grown out of regular baking sessions at Bridging the Gap's BIG Thursdays. We bake every Wednesday and Friday in a borrowed kitchen at 39 Waddell Court, one of Gorbals last remaining high rise blocks.
Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd
Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a forward-thinking community arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.
Jangling Space – a welcoming space where community can meet, talk, imagine, share and DO. We seek 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.
Make Do and Grow CIC
Make Do and Grow is a not-for-profit social enterprise, based in Govan and focussed on supporting growing families, developing creativity and encouraging re-use and recycle.
Project Ability is a visual arts organisation which supports children and adults with disabilities and people in recovery from mental ill health to develop their creative skills and achieve artistic success.
Re:Craft Glasgow CIC
Re:Craft is an arts and crafts materials reuse and recycling shop. We accept donations of second hand, part used arts and crafts materials , inclluding beads and buttons, fabric, wool and paint. We also take dry recycling items such as wine corks, cardboard tubes, tin cans, etc. We resell these at reasonable prices, with the primary aim of keeping as much out of landfill as possible. We are based in the beautiful Hidden Lane in Finnieston.
Office and Household Furniture Reuse Service operating from our Reuse Centre at 302 Broomloan Rd Ibrox
Spruce Carpets supplies flooring products and services to the domestic and commercial market place.
The GalGael Trust
GalGael carve out ways of living with more humanity - standing with those most negatively affected by our current economic system. Hands-on projects create opportunities to work together on demanding common tasks that generate community. These projects involve craft and making of various forms, such as boatbuilding, furniture making and timber milling.
Glasgow Social Enterprise Network
Company Ltd by Guarantee, No SC557791
Scottish Charity No SC047282
Office 219, The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ.
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