Could you serve up hope this Christmas?

Serve up hope this Christmas

Adam has found a renewed sense of purpose and is an amazing help in our kitchen, however Christmas is usually a very hard time for him. It brings back memories from his past, growing up in care and then finding himself homeless and living on the streets – he is still dealing with the trauma of this. Read both the pain of Adam’s journey, but also how he has discovered a new hope for life thanks to Glasgow City Mission. Read and watch Adam's story.

“Glasgow City Mission keeps me alive” Adam exclaims! That’s only possible thanks to our amazing supporters. 

With your support this Christmas we will be able to work with more people like Adam: connecting with them over Christmas dinner, building relationships, demonstrating what Christmas is really about and introducing our year-round support.  

  • Your gift of £7 will provide a hot Christmas dinner for someone struggling in Glasgow
  • Your gift of £22 will feed and support a homeless person for a month. 

Serve up hope this Christmas and make this difficult time of year better for people trapped in desperate situations. Thank you.

Donate now to serve up hope

> More information on our Christmas Appeal
> Christmas video – watch Adam describe how he'll be celebrating Christmas for the first time this year

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