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Your school could help tackle homelessness in Glasgow

Pupils can learn about and tackle significant social problems in their city and enable the provision of much-needed practical help for homeless and vulnerable people by working in partnership with Glasgow City Mission. These learning experiences can easily achieve the Curriculum for Excellence Outcomes in particular ‘Responsible Citizens’.

Schools from across Greater Glasgow and beyond have been supporting us for many years tackle homelessness by fundraising or donating gifts in kind and have made a significant difference.

Ways your pupils can get involved

Fundraising

pupil school tour of our foodbankFrom cake sales to talent shows, school discos to young enterprise schemes, non-uniform days to sponsored sleep-outs, lots of schools have raised lots of money to help people affected by homelessness and poverty right on their doorstep.

Not only do our clients receive significant help, your pupils will also learn more about the social problems in their city as a result and play an active part in tackling them.

Download our Fundraising Toolkit for more ideas, or contact Graham Steven, Partnerships & Communications Manager for any ways in which we can help you.

Christmas Appeal 2017

Give the gift of new life this Christmas

We need your school's help this Christmas to make a difference for people battling homelessness and poverty here in Glasgow. 

Schools can get involved by holding a Christmas offering at your assembly or Christmas events, or by undertaking a simple fundraising event. All the money you donate will be spent in Glasgow to make Christmas better for those struggling with homelessness and poverty. 

> Christmas Appeal - find out more

Youth Philanthropy Initiative

YPI cheque from school pupils for Glasgow City MissionA superb active citizenship programme where pupils investigate a local social issue, identify a local charity making a difference, and then present their findings to their year group. Winning groups are put through to a final to win £3,000 from YPI to the charity. Pupils develop presentation and team building skills, become active citizens in their communities, and charities stand the chance to secure a significant sum of money.

A number of schools have chosen Glasgow City Mission as their charity and have won the grand prize for us significantly helping the vulnerable people we serve. Find out more.

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Watch what happens

NEWS

  • Christmas Appeal launches

    Christmas Appeal launches

    Give the gift of new life this Christmas and make this time of year better for those battling homelessness and poverty.

  • Celebrating Joe

    Joe started working with the mission in 1998. After 19 years of service, he is finishing full time work and going down to two days a week as a Project Worker and one day as a volunteer.

Blog

  • Do people ever really choose to sleep rough?

    As the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter closes its doors for another year, Grant, our Chief Executive, examines some of the causes of homelessness, and what needs to be done to make a long-term difference.

  • Your will be done

    God is at work in Glasgow and His rule and reign is having an impact on rough sleeping. But the job isn’t done, writes Grant in his latest blog, and he asks us all to join together in prayer.

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