Summer Connect: Continuing connection

Our buildings might have been closed over the last three months, but we've been working hard to meet the needs of our guests. Read more in the summer issue of Connect magazine

Front cover of Summer ConnectFrom socially distanced walks to phone and video calls, to activities on Facebook, we've been enjoying staying in touch with our guests. This one-to-one time is helping us build deeper relationships, and from here we can learn what the needs of our guests are and find ways to support them. 

We're more convinced than ever that building relationships and creating a sense of community and connection for our guests is vital. As lockdown starts to ease, we're planning to meet in small groups, provide professional counselling and run a mobile family holiday club. Read more about this on page 10. 

Thank you for your interest in our work and for all you do for Glasgow City Mission. As Charles, our Chief Exec, says in his introduction to the magazine, our work would not be possible without such support. 

Read the magazine (pdf). 

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