Lord Provost Bolander highlights research which shows “customers value companies that support organisations like yours”.
The retailer extends a scheme which sees surplus food from its stores going to good causes – and not landfill.
Barbers shop in Kelvingrove marks its first birthday with staff raising money for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.
Cancer Support Scotland receives a major donation from the Morrisons Foundation, presented by Catherine McRoberts from the company’s Anniesland branch
Heart charity seeks help to raise money for research into heart disease, much of based at Glasgow University.
Rally For Bally tennis gala day raises more than £19,000 for local charities with a day of celebrities matches and live music.
Move On operates a FareShare franchise for Glasgow and the west of Scotland from a new hub on South Street that was recently opened by Angela Constance.
Dear Green Flower Farm moves to a new home but still wants volunteers to help with planting and a host of chores.
Cancer Support Scotland wins a national hallmark for excellence in how volunteers working for an organisation are inspired and managed.
Charity day is on course to surpass last year’s event which raised more than £20,000 for good causes.