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 AT THE FOREFRONT OF COMPASSIONATE CARE FOR THE CITY’S MARGINALISED SINCE 1826.

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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

In the last issue of Connect, we shared about the rising numbers
of people in Glasgow facing street homelessness. Here, we catch up with our CEO, Charles Maasz, for an update on the situation and how we are responding.

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News and blogs

Jay’s story

7 June 2024|

Read our latest story about Jay, who recently received permission to work in the UK and his journey into employment following support from one of our team.

Job Vacancy: Trusts and Communications Assistant

30 May 2024|

Full-time, 35 hours/week, £28,000 - £33,000 p.a. dependent on experience. We wish to appoint a Trusts and Communications Assistant to join our Marketing and Fundraising Team in our Head Office in Glasgow city centre.

Overnight Welcome Centre 2023/24

17 May 2024|

The latest report from Glasgow City Mission details the unprecedented demand faced by the Overnight Welcome Centre (OWC) during its 2023/24 winter season. The report highlights the centre's efforts to provide warmth and safety to guests and the difficulties in meeting the high demand for emergency beds.

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