Glasgow City Mission

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A law firm in Glasgow is donating a share of £3,000 to three local charities this Christmas, as part of the firm’s commitment to relieving poverty and suffering among people who are homeless during the festive season. Irwin Mitchell is donating £1,250 to The Simon Community Scotlan

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A new report has revealed how rapid action saved the lives of 17 overdose victims at Glasgow's Winter Night Shelter last year and the loss of 45 people recorded as homeless in the city. Official figures from the city’s health and social care partnership found that 43 of the people who died wer

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Generous staff at West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) have once again gone the extra mile to raise to raise £5,000 to benefit two charities – Cancer Research UK and Glasgow City Mission. Since 2012, kind-hearted WSHA staff have raised a total of around £30,000 to support go

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In the first in a Scottish Government series of guest blogs, Phil Wray provides an insight into the progress Glasgow City Mission has made this winter, helping more people into settled accommodation. Most of us have had the heart-rending experience of walking through a city on a cold winter morning

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A new hub is being created in Glasgow city centre to help homeless people access a number of services in the same location. The multi-agency facility will house a range of services for vulnerable adults with multiple complex needs based on the award-winning City Ambition Network (CAN).

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Generous staff at West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) gave it their all to raise £5,000 for Alzheimer Scotland and Strathcarron Hospice. The two charities were the nominated corporate charities for 2017 and were presented with their cheques at a celebratory event with WSHA staff.

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Six prominent Scottish homelessness charities have agreed to come together for the first time for a pioneering fundraising campaign. The charities – Bethany Christian Trust, Glasgow City Mission, Street Soccer Scotland, Rock Trust and Simon Community Scotland/Streetwork – have agreed a formal co

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Partick Housing Association has made a charitable donation of £300 to support Glasgow City Mission in providing a shelter to rough sleepers in the city. The Glasgow Winter Night Shelter is a project managed by Glasgow City Mission in partnership with charities, organisations and housing association

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A sculpture depicting Jesus as a homeless person sleeping on a bench has been installed at Nelson Mandela Place in Glasgow. Homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust joined Glasgow City Mission for the unveiling of ‘Homeless Jesus’ outside St George's Tron Church.

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The provision of services for homeless people in Glasgow is to be further depleted after a night shelter announced it is to close on a Tuesday and Wednesday night. The city’s Hamish Allan Centre, where people are assessed for a bed, will cut back on its emergency out-of-hours services from next we

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Homelessness charity Glasgow City Mission is calling for people who have had links with the charity to come forward and share their stories as part of Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival. The charity has been faithfully serving those most in need in Glasgow since 1826 – indeed, it is the world’s ol

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