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  • Central & West Integration Network - Central and West Integration Network is a Scottish Charity which works with individuals and groups to support asylum seekers and refugees, migrant workers and black and minority ethnic people, and works with all communities to promote integration, in the City Centre and West End of Glasgow, across the city of Glasgow and beyond.
  • The Trades House of Glasgow - Trades House of Glasgow is a charity, supporting those in need throughout the Greater Glasgow area by engaging the skills and commitment of the Incorporated Crafts, to develop the many educational projects we enable and charitable initiatives we support.
  • Al-Meezan - Al-Meezan is a non-political, non-sectarian charity organisation working in Glasgow for the past 16 years. Our primary focus is to meet the Islamic educational and social needs of Muslim women and children.
  • Russian Centre in Scotland - The Centre was set up in 2004 and is based at 11 Duke Street, Glasgow. The office is used to provide consultations in law, finance and other aspects of work and business in Russia and Britain. It seeks to promote closer ties between our countries. Also, The Centre provides a range of services to members of the Russian speaking and wider communities.
  • Promoting Positive Contact - Promoting Positive Contact is a a safe, secure place to where children of families involved in the process of separation or divorce can enjoy contact with one (or both) parents or with other family members.
  • Glasgow Humane Society - Preservation of human life in and around the waterways of Greater Glasgow. Provision of lifeboat / safety services where and when requested.
  • Home Start Glasgow South - Home-Start Glasgow South exists to help families overcome personal challenges.
  • Epilepsy Connections - Epilepsy Connections runs a variety of projects and services within the Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Forth Valley and Ayrshire & Arran Health Board areas, offering information, advice and support to people with epilepsy, their families, friends and carers and the professionals working with them.
  • Quarriers - Quarriers is one of Scotland’s leading social care charities. We provide practical care and support for vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances. We challenge poverty and inequality of opportunity to bring about positive changes in people’s lives.
  • Refuweegee - Refuweegee was set up by Selina Hales in December 2015 to provide a warm welcome to forcibly displaced people arriving in Glasgow.


  • Sweet For Addicts - Sweet For Addicts is an organisation involving people whose lives have been touched by addiction and have used the arts as a cathartic therapy.
  • Phoenix Futures - We are a charity and housing association which has been helping people overcome drug and alcohol problems for 50 years. We provide residential, prison, community and specialist services.


  • Greyhound Awareness League - The Greyhound Awareness League (GAL) rescues and rehomes greyhounds and lurchers across Scotland. GAL is Scotland's oldest unaffiliated greyhound rescue charity, set up in 1998 and run entirely by volunteers.


  • UZ Arts - UZ Arts is a Scottish charity that develops, commissions, produces and distributes the work of artists in all art forms. We seek to explore new economies and create platforms that make innovative art accessible to the widest audiences.


  • Peek Project - Improving the life chances of children and young people by unlocking their potential and journeying alongside them, as they PLAY, CREATE and THRIVE.
  • Ronald McDonald House Glasgow - We give families a safe base next to the hospital. This allows parents to remain close to their child without having to travel long distances.



  • Emmaus Glasgow - The Emmaus community in Glasgow opened in 2006 and now operates a residential community of 27 former homeless men and women ('companions') and a recycling/reuse business with two retail charity shops – Partick and Hamiltonhill in Glasgow.
  • Homeless Network - Homeless Network Scotland was established in 1980 to bring together the different sectors, organisations and individuals that want to put an end to homelessness and to retain a long-term overview.
  • Move On - Move On Scotland work with vulnerable young people and people affected by homelessness to help them unlock their untapped potential.
  • Simon Community Scotland - Combatting the causes and effects of homelessness

Learning Difficulties

  • CKUK (Common Knowledge) - CKUK offers innovative learning, peer education, drama and safe social networking for people with learning difficulties.

Mental Illness

  • Common Wheel - Common Wheel supports people with mental illness by providing meaningful activities.
  • Flourish House - Flourish House is an independent Charity which aims to enable people with mental illness to regain purposeful lives in the community.


  • Street League Glasgow - Street League is the UK’s leading sport for employment charity. Our mission is to see an end to youth unemployment in the UK, and our award-winning programmes have supported 5,851 young people into work since 2010.

Womens Aid

  • Hemat Gryffe - Gryffe Women’s Aid was founded in 1981 as the first Asian, Black and Minority Ethnic Women’s Aid Group in Scotland.



  • Glasgow's Helping Heroes - A partnership between SSAFA and Glasgow City Council to help those who are serving or have served in the Armed Forces, or their families.
charities_trusts.txt · Last modified: 2020/07/30 03:15 by admin