who we support
WHO WE SUPPORT
H4TH is a voluntary non-profit community group who supports members of the community experiencing severe poverty and homelessness. Every Thursday evening from 8pm on Cadogan Street in Glasgow, they provide hot meals and snacks, clothes, bedding and basic toiletries. Everything they provide is free of charge,
Lights On G1 believes that no person in the UK should be Homeless ,Vulnerable or alone. What Lights On G1 would like to do is create a safe event where people can come and spend a Tuesday night between the hours of 4pm to 8pm where they will provide a meal, hot and cold drinks and have performers entertain to make Tuesday night special the way it should be.
They provide safe and secure mainly hostel type accommodation for vulnerable people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or have a Looked After and Accommodated background. Staff are present on site, in some cases, 24hrs, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year, and they work with service users to help them gain the right skills to move onto more independent living and achieve a better quality of life
Whatever your situation is North Lanarkshire Council Housing Services is set up to ensure that you and your family receive the advice and support that you need to prevent you from being homeless or where this is unavoidable to minimise the effects. They hope that the information they can give will assist you should you ever be homeless or threatened with homelessness.
Wheatley, is Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group, has provided more than 100 empty homes to local authorities as temporary accommodation for homeless people.
Homelessness. You will be offered temporary accommodation if you have made a homelessness application and either have nowhere to stay or you are bot able to stay in your own homes. They have different types of temporary accommodation throughout South Lanarkshire.
Glasgow city Council Housing Services is set up to ensure that you and your family receive the advice and support that you need to prevent you from being homeless or where this is unavoidable to minimise the effects. They hope that the information they can give will assist you should you ever be homeless or threatened with homelessness.
The Salvation Army are committed to supporting people out of rough sleeping and helping them move into safety and accommodation. They accommodate people in there supported housing services.
Glasgow City Mission Opened the first Glasgow Winter Night Shelter in 2010 in response to rough sleeping during a severe winter. They have led the operation each winter since then in partnership with other agencies. The night shelter typically has capacity of 40 beds for men and women and runs from 1 December to 31 March.
Erskine Community Council is made up of local residents whose purpose is to represent the people of Erskine in their dealings with Renfrewshire Council. The Community Council meets on the first Thursday of each month. All visitors are welcome.
Simon Community focus is still entirely on responding to homelessness and there approach remains true to those early values of coming alongside the people they support, wherever they are, and working with them to find their own solutions and to move forward to a safe home and stable life.
The Food Facts & Friends is a food bank and drop in centre set up to help people in need and there drop in centre is for people to come in and have a chat.
No matter where you are in Scotland. We will help you find an agency that can help in your area.
All donations, whether weekly, monthly or individual, allow us to assist relieving homelessness.
Volunteers are essential to our service. We welcome anyone to join us and make a difference.
We are always interested to hear about your various fundraising schemes as well as our own.