Check out the winter catering menu from Milk Cafe!
See Think Make can support you to deliver Arts Award with young people, aged up to 25 in all sorts of settings, involving a wide range of art forms.
Looking for a versatile, affordable space to hire in Glasgow early 2019?
Wasps are currently recruiting a Finance Assistant:
Respite Now CIC and WellScot have entered into a partnership agreement to market and sell social care aids.
The small charities guide by PolicyBee signposts help in areas such as GDPR, health and safety and fundraising.
Operating out of the Greater Glasgow area, their aim is to help create an equal, understanding and inclusive society, in which the potential of people with disabilities is realised.
Deaf Connections, formerly known as the Glasgow and West of Scotland Society for the Deaf, was founded in 1822 and is Scotland’s oldest charity for the Deaf.
Deaf Connections are delighted to bring to you a range of festive events:
The Digital Glasgow Strategy was today (29 November) approved by Glasgow City Council.
Local Social Enterprise Networks (SENs) have been and continue to be established across Scotland – providing grassroots social enterprises with the support they need to connect, collaborate and grow at a local level.
Potential in Me are delighted to confirm that they've received funding to deliver their new families programme called 'Potential in Families' in the Southside of Glasgow over the course of 2019.
Nearly that time again “Christmas” and Theatre Nemo are having their Christmas Fair once again, come along see what great unusual very reasonable things you can pick up. Most between £2 and £5
Fresh, seasonal and ethically sourced, and they're even doing free delivery because it's what Santa would want!
Urban Roots are looking to appoint an Engagement Officer to support the delivery of community engagement and consultation sessions around proposed green space and active travel improvements.
Music Broth have launched their Christmas Crowdfunder Campaign to encourage people to pay towards their Hardship Fund to subsidise the cost of library memberships for people in the community who need them most, to repair instruments, or support organisations and the people they represent. All going to a good cause and meetingaims to improve access to musical instruments and equipment for everyone. Find out more here.
Wasps are thrilled to announce, for the second year running, their Wasps Artist and Makers Market taking place this December. Join them in the beautiful Briggait for this free one day event showcasing work from our studio holders from across Scotland. This unique market is the perfect way to do your Christmas shopping whilst supporting artists, makers and independent businesses at the same time. All work will be for sale, bought directly from the artists, ranging from fine art to design and crafts.
Wasps are currently recruiting for a Property Maintenance Officer and South Block Receptionist. Find out more information below.
On the 23rd of November, The Senior Centre – Castlemilk played host to 18 delegates from the People’s Republic of China. The work of the officials, who were Directors and Deputy Directors from China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs, includes the creation and implementation of policy in areas such as social welfare development and the monitoring of social groups.