Corporate

Corporate

Business & Workplace Support

Tin stacking in our food storeWe are a local Scottish charity and we need the support of local businesses. A number of businesses and workplaces show their social concern for their community by supporting Glasgow City Mission.

Company giving

A wide range of local businesses regularly support our work financially. AXA Insurance funded our van, Scottish Enterprise has raised thousands of pounds to feed and support our clients, SSE donate gift vouchers and Hymans Robertson has donated money towards equipment. Make a donation.

Fundraising

From bake sales to sponsored sleepouts, workplaces across Glasgow are getting involved and making a big difference to our community. Our Corporate Toolkit has lots of ideas on how you can help too.

Volunteering

If your staff are looking for a fun day whilst serving a community project, we have various opportunities for groups of staff to come and help. From sorting food donations, decorating a client's new flat or supermarket bagpacking, we've got a project that you can help us with. Contact us for more information.

Corporate toolkit

Corporate toolkit

Download our Corporate Toolkit packed with ideas on how your business could get involved, the benefits to your organisation and staff, watch video clips of organisations who have successfully partnered with Glasgow City Mission and order your support materials like t-shirts or posters.

  • Glasgow City Mission Facebook
  • Glasgow City Mission Twitter
  • Glasgow City Mission Youtube
  • Glasgow City Mission Linkedin

What we do

Events

  • First Friday Tour: March

    Join us to see our work first-hand and enjoy a tour of our facilities. Followed by tea and coffee. Friday 6 March.

  • Kiltwalk 2020

    Kiltwalk 2020

    Spring is coming and with it the chance to raise money for Glasgow City Mission by taking part in the Kiltwalk on Sunday 26 April.
    All the money you raise will be topped by an amazing 50%.

NEWS

  • Paula's story

    We featured Paula in our Connect magazine three years ago. At that point she had recently moved into a new flat on leaving prison following a ten-year cycle of addiction, prison and homelessness. Three years on and Paula is in a permanent flat, has stopped drinking, has a seven-month-old son with her partner and is planning to go to college.

  • Top marks for the Child and Family Centre

    We scored top marks once again for our Child and Family Centre from our latest Care Inspectorate report. We scored 5 out of 5 on ‘Quality of care and support’ and for ‘Quality of staffing’.

Copyright © GLASGOW CITY MISSION, ,
All Rights Reserved.

Registered Charity: SC001499

Cookie Policy