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Working together

Recent grants include:

  • Annexe Communities (known locally as The Annexe), a community-led health and wellbeing charity. They support people to improve their own health and wellbeing, particularly older people and those living with long term health conditions.
  • Crookston Community Group turned an unused community centre into a thriving community hub, making a positive contribution to the cohesion and economy of the community, to help neighbourhoods feel safe again, rekindle old-fashioned community spirit and bring a sense of belonging. Crookston have prevented a whopping 18,083kg of food from going to the landfill by distributing to their local foodbank and food share venues.
  • Crossroads Youth and Community Association operate from the community centre built by the charity and the Gorbals community. They deliver youth work and community development activities in Gorbals and Govanhill.
  • Cranhill Development Trust is a community anchor in the centre of Cranhill, a housing scheme to the east of the city centre. Originally developed to support a growing population of refugees resettled in the area, it now provides support to the whole community, through activities including job clubs, digital inclusion programmes and a community shop.

We are proud to be a Living Wage Funder, committed to tackling low pay by encouraging and enabling the organisations we support to pay the real Living Wage.