The Gowanbank Hub is a Community Interest Company in Scotland founded in February 2021. We where official incorporated April 2021. We are a non-profit organisation operated by a Board of Directors to help the vulnerable people and families across the South side of Glasgow.

Our purpose is to provide support to vulnerable people. We also act as a trusted voice for the vulnerable people and families we serve. It is vital that we have  integrity.

We work quickly, effectively and  efficiently to support our service users. We remain independent and trusted by our service users. Our approach is to be aware, to be focused and act only in the best interest of our service users.

We support homeless and vulnerable people and families in Scotland by working alongside partners and supporting people who need our help.

What We Do

We Serve Our Community

At The Gowanbank Hub we deliver compassionate help and support, whether responding to an immediate crisis or supporting recovery activity. We work to  improve financial and emotional well-being and  relationships. Our aim is to make a phenomenal impact on financial and food insecurity,  deprivation, social Isolation and health inequality across the South of Glasgow.

Emergency Food Parcels

Every month on average we provide 3,250 meals to vulnerable people and families across the South of Glasgow .

Emergency Clothing

We provide immediate access to emergency clothing to some of the South of Glasgow most vulnerable people in need including babies, children and families.

Fuel Poverty

Every month we provide immediate assistance  on average to  200  families with children and young people under 16 years old with access to emergency fuel vouchers to the value of £49.00.

Welfare and Benfefits Advice

On average our  project advice workers provide 30 per week of immediate support and advice to service users with the most complex issues being resolved in 5 days or less.

Urgent Assistance Grants to Children

On average we payout £3,000 in cash grants to children and young people who are in extreme poverty across South Glasgow.

Mental Health First Aid and Suicide Prevention

Our specialist crisis support team have attended 6 Mental Health Crisis ‘s with police across the South of Glasgow.

Lifesaving Medical Training

All of our volunteers have undergone life saving first aid and Naloxone training and have been actively involved in the first response of people suffering from submisuse crisis.

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Donations for our work

Vulnerable people are at greater risk of violence, abuse and self harm. We rely on your donations to reduce this and keep our communities most vulnerable people safe.

Every donation you give makes all the difference the world to our work in supporting the most vulnerable and over looked members of our society.