was awarded to
Coming Home Centres Glasgow

Monday 10 July 2017

Big Lottery Fund

This group supports veterans across Scotland, but predominantly from Glasgow, through a drop-in centre based at the Pearce Institute in Govan. The centre is open five days a week and provides peer support, mental health support, massage therapy, benefits advice, help with pensions, support with housing, help creating CVs, a free hot meal, food parcels, basic computer skills classes, cooking classes, life skills and anything else that veterans request.

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Local Authority:

Glasgow City



UK Constituency:

Glasgow South West

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  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment and Charitable Expenditure
  • 2017
  • Glasgow City
  • Scotland
  • Glasgow South West
  • Scotland

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