9 Fountainwell Drive, Glasgow, UK
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change.
Community Food Bank - Food justice is an important part of community justice. We take donations form local businesses and use them to fight hunger
Volunteer Service Sundays - Every Sunday, we mobilize our teams of volunteers to make a real difference.
Community Connections - Our community is full of people who want to help. We work to help the people providing services with the people who need them
African Relief Support in conjunction with Kelvin College delivers a programme that is designed to support learning in courses that support development of core skills, ESOL, Digital Skills, Communications, Numeracy, Working with Others and Problem Solving. This programme provides accessible and relevant ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) learning opportunities for adults, supporting integration, employability and personal development. We support women, men, and various vulnerable people, deprived people experiencing disadvantage or individuals within our society such as asylum seekers, single parents, young and unemployed people, and we provide fair and equal access to this programme which is focused on skill development, we provide teaching platform where all people and non-native English speakers have the language skills and confidence to live fulfilling lives.
We are supporting for the ongoing needs of vulnerable and people self-isolating, the elderly or deprived and people experiencing or at risk of domestic abuse, compulsion, dependencies, depression, isolation or impaired access to food and necessary amenities to ensure their health and wellbeing is maintained. We run a foodbanks and door to door food and sanitary delivery, we are working round the clock to combat hardship caused by the Coronavirus pandemic including child hunger and asylum seekers.
We run mobile foodbank to continue to support those shielding and or struggling due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. We are supporting people (e.g. sanitation, heat) Critical advices, services, or care, language barriers, physical or cognitive restrictions, changing circumstances etc. And the many living with the immediate impact of situations that increase risk related to COVID-19 e.g., crowded housing Receiving low quality education or with poor access to education.