Summer Connect: Working together

Summer Connect: Working together 

We’ve called this edition Working together in recognition of the many individuals, groups, and partner organisations who all play their part in making the work of Glasgow City Mission possible.

In this issue you will read about our daytime Drop-in, where staff, volunteers, helpers and partner agencies ensure our guests have a welcoming place to spend time, make friends and have access the support and advice they require. 

Discover how working in partnership with the NSPCC is helping relationships between parents and their children flourish in Govan. Read too about our work with people from overseas, and the gifts and abilities our international guests bring to Glasgow.

Of course none of this would be possible without all those who donate and fundraise. Read about some of the great ways you’ve been raising money to make a difference in the lives of people dealing with homelessness and poverty.

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