Last month staff and young people from Ypeople set out to walk the West Highland Way.
Homes for Good (HFG) have been awarded £2.4 million in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund.
Joe Connolly has announced that he will retire at CEO of Ypeople at the end of 2019. Mr Connolly has held the role of CEO at the Scottish charity for 12 years.
A charity which provides support to vulnerable groups, homeless help and youth services will host its 9th annual charity golf event later this month to fundraise for special projects and events that take place throughout the year.
Homelessness charity YPeople held its first family mentoring session this month as part of its 'intandem' mentoring project.
Scottish charity Ypeople has announced the appointment of Dr Emily Pathe as a new specialist counselling psychologist to support its work with people experiencing homelessness. Dr Pathe, a member of the health & homelessness team at NHS Lanarkshire, will be based at the charity’s Pathways
Scottish homelessness charity Ypeople notched an impressive hat-trick of prizes at this year’s Quality Scotland Scottish Awards for Business Excellence.
Scottish charity Ypeople has announced its disaffiliation from the wider YMCA movement. Ypeople delivers a range of support including mentoring, housing advice, services for people whose lives have been affected by homelessness, throughcare services, counselling and after school care to vulnerable i
Patrycja Kupiec, director of YWCA Scotland - the Young Women’s Movement and Joe Connolly, chief executive officer of Ypeople Two of Scotland’s leading third sector organisations have announced plans to merge with the aim of expanding operations to further enhance and strengthen the support they
Joe Connolly The CEO of Glasgow homelessness charity Ypeople has welcomed Nicola Sturgeon’s plans to exempt care experienced young people from paying council tax.
(from left) Bertie Hunt (chair, Y People), Derek May (CEO, Brightwork) and Joe Connolly (CEO, Y People) One of Glasgow’s oldest charities has continued a period of development and growth with the addition of Derek May, CEO of Scotland-wide recruitment business Brightwork, to its board.
(from left) Jim Ward, construction director, BAM Construction Ltd; Joe Connolly, chief executive officer, Ypeople; Bruce Dickson, regional director for Scotland, BAM Construction; Sarah Wilson, marketing manager, CMS Window Systems; Robin Wallace, operations and business manager, Ypeople Window, doo
(from left) Ryan Wilson (QS), Jennifer Breaden (Assistant Planner), Jim Ward ( BAM Construction Director), Robin Wallace (Y People), Ross Gunning (Trainee Site Manager), Alex and Carl (bending down) are two young people staying in the shelter. Three graduates from BAM Construction put their entrepre
In the first installment of this year's Homeless Spotlight feature, Ypeople, the trading name of YMCA Glasgow, showcases its ground breaking Pathways service in South Lanarkshire, which supports people with highly complex needs and is the first service in Scotland to be based on the principle of a p