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African Challenge Scotland
African Challenge Scotland is an organisation which is Scotland wide and based in Glasgow it helps build more successful integrated communities, relieve poverty, advance education and promote cultural and sporting links between African's and Scottish population.
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.
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.
Deaf 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.
Glasgow Connected Arts Network
Glasgow CAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow.
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.
Impact Arts (Projects) Ltd
Established in 1994, Impact Arts is a national arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.
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.
Knightswood Community Scio
Knightswood 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.
Make Do and Grow CIC
Make Do and Grow is based in Govan and focussed on supporting growing families, developing creativity and encouraging re-use.
Music Broth is the loudest library in Scotland and we know that access to music and music learning has demonstrable benefit across many areas of life; education, community development, mental health and well-being.
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.
Scottish Youth Theatre
Scottish Youth Theatre (SYT) is one of Scotland’s national youth performing arts companies and has been providing theatre arts experiences to young people in Scotland since 1977.
See Think Make
See Think Make is the development and training agency for Arts Award in Scotland, working with Trinity College London.
The Pearce Institute
The 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 Piano Project CIC
The Piano Project aims to reduce social isolation and loneliness, increase connections between people and create opportunities for moments of spontaneous human contact by facilitating greater access to acoustic pianos in Glasgow and beyond, through the redistribution of piano donations back into the community and recycling older unplayable pianos into new furniture/artwork . . . along with piano hire, piano decoration facilitation and subsidised piano tuition initiatives this all creates a network of instruments and events open to all ages & abilities.
The Senior Centre - Castlemilk
The 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.
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.
Theatre Nemo is set up to give a voice to social issues, especially mental health. We do this through the arts. Theatre Nemo plays a valuable part in the lives of those it has touched. We actively encourage people with mental health issues and carers to take part.
VoiceOver Glasgow / Govan Community Project
VoiceOver provides high quality, affordable interpreting and translation services to public, private and third sector organisations.
Whiteinch Centre Ltd
The Whiteinch Community Centre was developed in response to the local need for an affordable, modern community facility. The Centre has been operating for over 12 years and is owned by Whiteinch Community Association (WCA) on behalf of the local community.
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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