My life could have so easily have turned out a different way if it wasn’t for FARE. I didn’t have the best start in life. In fact, those early years were pretty tough. Living in the east end of Glasgow, I was brought up by a single parent household and my Dad died when IRead More
Inspiring Scotland Pro Bono Supporter Elaine Speirs helps FairShare Glasgow to help more and more people by helping them make their processes more streamline.Read More
Golfhill Primary School in Glasgowâ€™s Dennistoun area has been taking part in the Glasgow Active Play programme, run by go2play with funding from Glasgow City Council Education. The programme has been delivered by go2play partner charity PEEK and involves weekly Active Play sessions in school, separate from PE and break time, for primary 4 pupils.Read More
Deploying the invaluable expertise from pro bono supporters Inverness based 14:19 Fund venture, Calman Trust, is an ambitious and innovative charity. It combines its work supporting young people to overcome challenges with its social enterprise businesses so young people benefit from real life work experience. Calmanâ€™s existing social enterprises include the award winning CafĂ© ArtysansRead More
Responding to local peopleâ€™s concerns about obesity and low levels of physical activity, Link Up Whitfield teamed up with the Dundee Healthy Living Initiative, One Parent Families Scotland and a local fitness instructor to run a small-scale 12-week cooking and physical activity programme. Family Fun Fit focused on both cooking healthy meals as a familyRead More
Elisha, 22, comes from a large extended family in the northeast area of Glasgow.Her mum is Scottish and her dad is Afro-American and does not have citizenship in the UK. Her mum and dad had been in an on-off relationship for 22 years, which meant her dad drifted in and out of her life sporadicallyRead More
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