Glasgow City Mission is completely independent and is reliant on the generosity of people like you to give in support of our work.

If you would like to donate to our ongoing work with the most vulnerable and marginalised communities in Glasgow, please use the link below.

Barry’s Story

Barry has experienced homelessness, addiction and hopelessness. Now he has a home, is free from addiction and is using his gifts to help others.

Two Centuries of Service in Glasgow

Learn about our history, our current work, and our hopes and plans for the future of Glasgow City Mission.

We offer multiple pathways to new life. We look at the whole person; addressing trauma and complex needs ensuring individuals can manage their emotional wellbeing.

David Harper, Rehab Pathways Manager

Connect magazine

Our Connect magazine goes out three times a year – full of news and stories about the impact of our work on people affected by homelessness and poverty. We can send it to you by post or email. We’ll also occasionally send you other mailings.

Featured Article

Value of volunteering

Liz, a retired doctor, gives her time to volunteer with us at the Mission. Read the full article to find out why she’s committed to working with our guests, and what motivates her to travel for more than an hour each week to get here.

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News and blogs

Overnight Welcome Centre 2022-2023

25 May 2023|

Our Overnight Welcome Centre (OWC) ran from 1 December 2022 until 31 March 2023. For the first time the OWC was operated from our Crimea Street building to allow us to access emergency beds from a variety of venues in Glasgow.

Daily Reflections: Luke 24:36-49

10 April 2023|

Last week we journeyed through Holy Week together. We looked at the betrayal of Judas, the importance of prayer in our lives, the denial from Peter, the brutality of Jesus’ death all taken in silence, the Sabbath, and the resurrection of Jesus! Now, we look at a world with a risen King and how the disciples coped with encountering Jesus after his resurrection. It is a joyous moment but also one full of scepticism and very real human reactions.

Daily Reflections: Holy Week

3 April 2023|

On this Holy Week we will follow some of the key events leading to the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Take some time out each day to allow the word of God to nourish you from within.


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