24th Sep. 2015
Refugee crisis: should we help?
Our Internationals Project Worker writes amidst the continued crisis.
01st Jun. 2015
State of Homelessness in Glasgow
Following the Evening Times investigation into homelessness in Glasgow, our Chief Executive unpacks the issue and calls on all of us to be the change.
03rd Mar. 2015
Thank You – Glasgow Winter Night Shelter
Grant Campbell, our Chief Executive, responds to enquiries about keeping the Winter Night Shelter open for longer. “We want to see an end to homelessness and tackle the root causes of it and prevent it in the first place.”
12th Dec. 2014
Caring communities: Social justice and equality
‘As we participate in caring communities, we become more of who we were created to be.’ Read Grant’s latest blog post.
13th Oct. 2014
Ready for change
What kind of city do we want to live in? And what part do we all have to play in that? Grant shares his reflections on the importance of partnership working and of community, following Glasgow’s annual homelessness conference.
01st Aug. 2014
So often the men and women we serve face the day already feeling that they are beaten, they’ve lost and there is no point even trying. But today, I’m watching this very same group of people compete like their lives depended on it.
08th Jul. 2014
Supporters not commentators
This summer appears to be a feast for sports fans, so much to watch, but are we supporters or commentators?
12th Jun. 2014
Not in my backyard!
With recent opposition to create a homeless unit in Glasgow’s West End and widespread criticism of ‘homeless spikes’ in London, Chief Executive Grant Campbell serves up a thought provoking blog. Where should those who are homeless be housed?
05th Jun. 2014
Why the Glasgow I love needs the light turned on
An honest blog piece on all that’s great and not so great about Glasgow.
What we do
09th Jun. 2020
This ‘Story from the Street’ comes after Street Outreach workers Linda and Craig met a vulnerable gentleman who had forgotten how to get home.
14th May. 2020
People who were trafficked into businesses which have closed during lockdown could now be homeless. Read and share our awareness raising leaflet.