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Our wonderful members across

the Glasgow area.


Below is a list of the network’s collaborators.

We are working on a green map of community groups across Glasgow. Other maps of groups around Glasgow include Glasgow Eco Trust & SCCS’ COP26 map and Let’s Get map


ApparelXchange is a social circular enterprise focused on the reuse and redistribution of young peoples clothing from ages 4 – 18. Combining reuse, retail, social packages and education to advance sustainable consumer behaviour.


Awaz The Voice of the Community


The charity was set up in 2015. Our main objectives are to
advance environmental protection or improvement through the preservation and conservation of the natural environment, through the provision of environmental projects such as clothing and goods recycling and upcycling.
To advance education and in particular to promote training opportunities for learning for the benefit of the general public which will assist the participants in obtaining paid employment .

We work with the BME communities across the south side of the city.

Friends of the River Kelvin

FORK are a charity whose aim is to care for the River Kelvin and it’s surroundings. Over the years FORK has run monthly clean-ups, citizen science projects and also many music and arts events, community festivals, planted trees, monitored the river and run campaigns. We welcome all volunteers and are open to collaboration with other organisations.

Generations Working Together


Generations Working Together is the nationally recognised centre of excellence supporting the development and integration of intergenerational work across Scotland. In 2020 we launched our call for Scotland to become the first intergenerational nation, coinciding with the Scottish Government Election in 2021. The manifesto identifies three areas and fifteen specific calls for action that we believe the Scottish Government elected for 2021 – 2026, and all elected representatives should focus on to help ensure that relationships between generations are strengthened and Scotland becomes more connected and inclusive. GWT’s vision and ambitions as an organisation are:

  • To enable Scotland to become an intergenerational nation.

  • To influence national and local policy in favour of intergenerational practice.

  • To promote, support and increase innovation in intergenerational practice in Scotland.

  • To increase participation in intergenerational practice.

  • To ensure sound governance.

Get Glasgow Moving

Join our people-led campaign for a world-class, fully-integrated & accessible, publicly-owned & accountable, public transport network for everyone in our region

Glasgow Community Energy

We develop Community Energy Projects and provide energy workshops for schools


Glasgow Community Food Network

Glasgow Community Food Network was established in 2017 to bring together practitioners and organisations in the private, public and third sectors along with other interested individuals to develop a flourishing food system in Glasgow. We aim to work with everyone with an interest in food: chefs and restaurants, farmers and market gardeners, foodbank and soup kitchen volunteers and anyone else who cares about better food for Glasgow. We want to see a city where high quality, fresh, local, organic produce is available and affordable for all and where good food is a celebrated part of our culture.


Glasgow Council on Alcohol


We offer Alcohol Counselling, Group work and deliver Alcohol Brief Interventions in Glasgow & surrounding areas. We offer introductory to advanced level Training Courses.

Glasgow Disability Alliance


Glasgow Disability Alliance is run by disabled people, for disabled people. GDA provides free, accessible Learning, Events and Activities, plus support and services including Welfare Rights, Wellbeing, and Digital Inclusion for disabled people of all ages, with any type of impairment/disability/long term condition. GDA also supports disabled people to build their Voice and contribute to discussions and co-design opportunities with policy and decision makers to improve services, policies and outcomes for disabled people.


Glasgow Eco Trust

Community-led Climate Action making a difference for people, place and planet.

Glasgow Eco Trust is a local environmental charity and social enterprise based in west Glasgow that coordinates and delivers a range of environmental activities and services.

Glasgow Eco Trust believes that local people are best placed to meet the needs and aspirations of their communities to create vibrant, thriving and resilient communities that benefit people, place and planet.

Our mission is to enable, facilitate, and empower local people and organisations to get informed, get involved and get active, both individually and collectively, to take action that will make a difference for People, Place and Planet.


Glasgow National Park City Group

The idea of a National Park City is simple – to use the familiar idea of a National Park to inspire a shared vision for Glasgow, as a greener, healthier and wilder City for everyone – where people, places and nature are better connected


Interfaith Scotland

Interfaith Scotland is the national interfaith organisation for Scotland.
We work to help ensure good relations between the diverse religion and belief communities of Scotland and also to share good practice in interfaith dialogue, education, engagement and training nationally and internationally.


Loco Home Retrofit

We are Glasgow-based co-operative of householders, contractors and advisers focused on promoting energy efficiency within our homes, tackling the climate crisis and keeping energy bills affordable.


Merry Go Round

Merry-go-round aspires to be the first choice for families in Glasgow. Our shop offers high-quality, affordable essential baby items as well as being a community hub for families to meet, learn, exchange ideas, relax and be supported. We’re changing the perception of second-hand goods, saving families money, improving mental health and wellbeing, and reducing the quantity of new goods purchased.


Parents for Future Scotland

We are a Scottish branch of the global network of Parents for Future groups who strive for a safer climate future. We are urging change at individual, community and structural levels across Glasgow and Scotland to protect our planet and secure a hopeful future for our children and all future generations.


Rags to Riches

Rags to Riches is an award-winning upcycling social enterprise that uses waste to promote environmental sustainability and community engagement through educational workshops, and the production of upcycled products.


RSPB Scotland Giving Nature a Home Glasgow

Giving Nature a Home (GNaH) Glasgow has been working across the city since 2013. Our work in Glasgow focuses on working with community groups and schools to connect people to nature and provide opportunities for people to learn about urban wildlife. We work with communities to improve habitats for people and nature and monitor wildlife.

Shettleston Community Growing Project

Shettleston Community Growing Project (SCGP) was set up in 2009 by local people who wished to grow fresh fruit and vegetables for themselves and their families in the 50 raised beds onsite. We also work with local schools and nurseries, volunteers and local groups teaching food growing, nature and the environment and healthy eating.


South Seeds

We support residents to lead more sustainable lives


Springburn Winter Gardens Trust

SWGT is working towards the restoration and development of Springburn Winter Gardens as a community space.


The Portal Arts


The Portal Arts is a community arts and media charity based in the Govan area of Glasgow, UK. We deliver creative participation programmes and activity for the advancement of citizenship and community development. We provide creative recreational facilities and resources with the object of improving opportunities and conditions for people and families who reside in areas of multiple deprivations.


Together Reaching Higher

Our organization empowers individuals and communities through innovative programs, skill development, and wellbeing opportunities with a focus on food production and distribution.


Urban Roots

Therapeutic gardening, woodlands conservation, food education. Working with schools, community groups and others to improve the environment and the health of people in deprived communities in the Southside of Glasgow.


Women on Wheels

We are a women’s community Cycling Hub, for women, run by women.


Woodlands Community Development Trust

We want to build Woodlands into an attractive and creative community where people connect with each other and thrive. To do this, we create spaces and opportunities that bring people together to empower community action and foster a sense of belonging. All our initiatives are shaped by our values and designed to integrate social wellbeing with the environment.


The network has been working with a variety of organisations throughout it’s development. We would like to formally acknowledge the collaboration between the network and those other organisations and projects. These collaborators support the network’s vision, aims and values.

Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector

Glasgow School of Art: Sustainability

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