In 2018 Pockets and Prospects saw a number of GSEN and Health SEN members offer a range of diverse activities to community anchor organisations across the city, to help tackle loneliness and social isolation within these respective communities. Over 350 people benefited from the activities offered within 6 different Glasgow communities.
For the social enterprises the programme gave them the chance to collaborate with other social enterprises; build connections; raise awareness of their services; generate income, and support one another in seeking to become more sustainable. Senscot have just announced that the Pockets and Prospects Programme will run again in 2019. In the meantime you can read the Pockets and Prospects 2018 Report to find out more about how the programme works.