Giving Glasgow recently donated £500 to the Brunswick Centre. The centre has been in operation for the past 68 years and provides services for the local community and young people. The donation will be used towards their summer junior programme which is designed to be beneficial for the development of the kids who attend and […]
Southern Sound Hospital Radio recently received a donation of £500 from Giving Glasgow. Based in Govan and run by volunteers, the radio station broadcasts to over 100,000 patients at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital each year. The donation will help towards making necessary upgrades to their electrics and premises ensuring they can continue to broadcast […]
Cancer Support Scotland is a charity dedicated to supporting anyone effected by cancer. The charity recently received a £500 donation from Giving Glasgow which will be used to towards sustaining services in their Gartnavel campus and outreach centres in Glasgow. We welcome nominations from everyone living or working in a ‘G’ postcode. Nominating is simple, […]
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