people at Glasgow City Mission


At the start lineThere are lots of ways that you can fundraise for us, have fun and make a difference. You'll be making a tangible difference in the lives of people affected by homelessness and poverty here in Glasgow. 

How to get involved

There are lots of ways to fundraise for us, from taking part in a sponsored event or organising your own. 

Fundraising ideas 

  • Challenge yourself to run a 10k, half marathon or even a marathon. 
  • Have a collection at a birthday party instead of receiving presents. 
  • Having a fundraising event in your workplace or school such as a dress down day or bake sale.
  • A coffee morning in your church.

Other ways to give

Give as you Live

Give as you live graphicShop online using Give as you Live and raise a free donation for us! Sign up for free, then shop online as you normally do.

M&S, John Lewis and Argos are among hundreds of online retailers who will donate a percentage of every purchase you make to Glasgow City Mission.

Visit the Give as you Live website.

Savoo - earn free donations when you search or shop online

raise money for Glasgow City Mission for free with Savoo Simply use Savoo Search as your default search engine and they'll donate 1p for every search. And if you’re looking to do some online shopping and want to get a great deal, Savoo has thousands of voucher codes and deals that will help you save money and they will donate to Glasgow City Mission at the same time. Best of all, it costs you nothing at all.

Start searching and shopping online with Savoo and earn free donations to tackle poverty in Glasgow.

Raise a donation when you make or amend your will

free legal services from mccluresOur partnership with McClures Solicitor's means that when you make a will or amend your will, they will undertake the service for free. All that they ask is that you consider making a donation to Glasgow City Mission. They also provide a half price Power of Attorney Service in return for a donation. Find out more.


We are very grateful for all the ways in which our supporters contribute to the work of Glasgow City Mission. We are sorry however that we are unable to accept clothes. This is because we do not have the storage space in our building. You may like to take your clothes to Cash for Clothes. You'll receive a small donation for your items, which you could pass on to us. We can then use this to help fund our vital services.   

Visit the Cash for Clothes website.

Fundraising toolkit

Fundraising toolkit

Download our Fundraising Toolkit packed with ideas on how you could get involved, top tips for putting on a great event, watch video clips of supporters who have successfully fundraised for Glasgow City Mission and order your support materials like t-shirts or posters.


>> More information on how we fundraise.

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

What we do


  • 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%.


  • 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’.


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