Glasgow City Mission

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The Rangers Charity Foundation’s Big Ibrox Sleep Outs are to return this year to once again support projects which tackle homelessness in Glasgow. The charity, which raised more than £52,000 following a series of sleep-outs last year, is urging anyone who can handle spending a cold winter’s nig

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An already successful approach towards eradicating rough sleeping on the streets of Glasgow has been awarded a grant of over £400,000 to help maintain its work. The City Ambition Network (CAN) - a partnership involving key, city centre homelessness charities and statutory services - has received £

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Councillor Frank McAveety with the homelessness easement card and IWS resources Glasgow City Council’s Poverty Leadership Panel (PLP) has launched a pocket sized information card to help homeless jobseekers.

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A joined up approach used by Glasgow City Mission has resulted in the number of people using its winter night shelter decreasing from last year’s record count. An average of 27 homeless men and women have used the emergency shelter during December and January with a maximum capacity of 40 only bei

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Team Cerico: Garry Meighan, Ben Frost, Ewen Cameron, Christo Kostov, Chris Farquhar, Maureen O’Kane, Derek Thomson, Colin Murphy and Darren Schafer Staff at legal firm Pinsent Masons’ Glasgow offices went on a festive mission to raise funds for a homeless charity.

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Over 70 winter jackets have been donated to homeless men in and around Glasgow thanks to a Christmas Appeal launched by hub West Scotland. Enlisting the support of its supply chain of local consultants, architects and contractors, the development company will deliver the donations to homelessness ch

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Charitable Rangers fans have raised more than £52,000 following a series of sleep-outs to try combat homelessness. About 200 supporters braved the cold and slept out overnight on the technical area at Ibrox Stadium in three events in November to raise money for the club’s charity foundation.

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A homeless shelter in Glasgow opens its doors today for what is expected to be it busiest ever year this Christmas. The Glasgow Winter Night Shelter provides basic emergency accommodation to people who have nowhere else to sleep as temperatures drop. Last year it hosted 605 people on 4,060 occasions

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Three homelessness charities are calling for action from the next Scottish Government as new figures show that demand for winter shelters in Glasgow and Edinburgh rose sharply in 2015/16. Crisis, Glasgow City Mission and the Bethany Christian Trust are raising the alarm after demand for their respec

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Legal interventions by Govan Law Centre (GLC) have secured homes for 198 rough sleepers at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter. A detailed report on GLC’s partnership work with the Glasgow City Mission’s Winter Night Shelter is currently being prepared but the organisation has released some of the

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(from left) Glasgow City Mission’s chief executive Grant Campbell, GAP Giving Charitable Foundation's Catriona Dobson, Glasgow City Mission’s partnerships and communications manager Graham Steven, and GAP Giving Charitable Foundation's Willie Crawford GAP Hire Solutions has presented a donation

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A temporary winter homeless shelter in Glasgow has had a “shocking” rise in the number of people using it this year. Glasgow City Mission set up the project six years ago to provide emergency accommodation to people who have nowhere else to sleep as temperatures drop.

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(from left) Artist Iain Campbell, Arthur, John and Ewan Clydesdale, city centre project manager at Glasgow City Mission Thirteen men who regularly attend Glasgow City Mission's evening drop-in service have been painted as part of a modern take on the iconic Last Supper painting.

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Homeless people are being urged to vote in next month's General Election after years of feeling under-represented by the political process. While being homeless isn't a barrier to registering for a vote, many people don't bother if they don't have a fixed address.

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