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3D Drumchapel is based in Drumchapel in the West of Glasgow working with children and families providing a range of activities and support.
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.
All In is a training and consultancy enterprise that works with clients to improve the quality of participation and engagement in their services and projects by:
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.
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.
Cassiltoun Housing Association
Cassiltoun Housing Association started life in 1984 and has developed substantially over many years to 1000 homes and retained its roots as a community owned organisation.
CEIS supports communities and enterprises through a range of services including, business support, employability programmes, event management and business finance.
Connect Community Trust
Connect 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 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.
Eco Drama are passionate about making quality theatre and creative learning experiences for children and young people which nurture a sense of curiosity, wonder and care for our natural world and remind us we are part of an amazing living planet.
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.
Fuse Youth Cafe
Fuse Youth Café Glasgow is a charity working in East Glasgow providing a variety of services to young people of the area.
Glasgow Connected Arts Network
Glasgow CAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow.
Glasgow Eco Trust & De'ils On Wheels
Glasgow Eco Trust facilitates and empowers local people to come together to make improvements to their local community for the benefit of all.
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 national arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.
Intergenerational Mentoring Network
The Intergenerational Mentoring Network CIC is an exciting new organisation set up to take forward intergenerational mentoring as developed by a team of researchers at the School of Education, University of Strathclyde and a partner school headteacher.
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.
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.
Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust
Maryhill 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.
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.
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.
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.
Partick Works Ltd.
Partick Works Ltd develops, manages and lets affordable workspaces, retail units and a community hall in Partick.
Working 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.
Potential In Me
We are passionate about supporting young people to understand and step into their amazing potential. We do this through life coaching and personal development workshops/programmes.
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.
Radiant and Brighter Community Interest Company
Radiant and Brighter Community was founded in 2012 and became a registered Community Interest Company in 2014. We aim to promote diversity through education, inspiration and changing perceptions, applying the insights gained by our founders on their own journey to deliver greater societal integration and economic participation.
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.
Society Zero CIC
Society Zero CIC hosts zero waste market stalls as well as providing and working with other environmental agencies and organisations to provide events to help communities lower their waste and carbon footprint.
Southside Housing Association
A not for profit organisation run by a voluntary management committee to provide and manage affordable housing.
Space Unlimited supports educators, other public service providers and businesses to work directly alongside young people to design and take action together.
Introducing the SPFL Trust
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 Food Train
Food Train is a registered charity, voluntary organisation and social enterprise providing vital support services to enable older people to live independently at home for as long as possible.
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.
The No.1 Befriending Agency
The No.1 Befriending Agency is a social enterprise registered as a Community Interest Company (CIC) dedicated to valuing the person. No matter what age, size or shade you are!
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 Pollokshields Trust
A 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 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.
The Women's Centre Glasgow
The Women's Centre was built in 1994. For over 20 years we have provided a safe space for women in Glasgow.
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.
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.
Established in 2016, Youth Mindfulness is a charity committed to enabling a healthier, happier and more compassionate society by sharing mindfulness with children, young people and adults. The core business of the charity is currently in developing and delivering educational and training programmes that seek to have a transformative impact on the lives of participants.
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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