The ‘WEE volunteers’ give a big cheer Maryhill Housing Association’s ‘WEE Volunteer Day’ turned out to be a big success.
Staff and board members from Maryhill Housing Association are all set to do their bit for their local community. Scores of them are heading out into the Maryhill and Ruchill communities for their first-ever “Wee Volunteer Project”.
The young people on the Action for Children project prepare for the community challenge Maryhill Housing Association is doing its bit to help young people work towards a bright future.
Hanging baskets have been installed outside shops on Maryhill Road with the assistance of Maryhill Housing Association.
Left to right: David, Jamie, Charlie and Bobby Staff at Maryhill Housing Association have been recognised by the community they serve after being honoured in the “People Make Maryhill” awards.
Maryhill Housing Association has put the emphasis firmly on scrutiny of its work by the tenants it serves. The association has completed its first ever ‘Tenant Scrutiny Project’ which has examined the way the organisation conducts itself.
Residents who attended the Conference with chief executive Lynn Wassell (far left) and Jamie Ballantine, customer engagement manager (far right) A bumper turnout of residents turned Maryhill Housing Association’s Residents’ Conference into a sailaway success at the weekend.
The Forth and Clyde canal at Maryhill Maryhill Housing Association is heading down the canal by bringing a nautical theme to its annual Residents’ Conference.
The litter-picking volunteers in Ruchill A community clean up to pave the way for allotments in North Glasgow is off to a flying start – thanks to a group of volunteers.
A community clean-up and crackdown on fly-tipping in Maryhill was made possible after Maryhill Housing Association helped the community council apply for funding.
Tenants of Maryhill Housing Association are set to benefit from the continued work of its Financial Inclusion Service following new grants. The housing association has won £155,161 in funding to support its financial inclusion work - including £117,819 from the Scottish Legal Aid Board and a furth
Cheque this out…….staff from Maryhill Housing Association with the bumper sum obtained for tenants Tenants are celebrating a cash boost of over £2 million after Maryhill Housing Association swung into action to offer a helping hand.
Maryhill Housing Association has been doing its bit to raise money for Comic Relief.In a day of fundraising, staff raised a red hot £285 for the charity, which raised a colossal £78 million on Red Nose Day 2015 last Friday.