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Weʼre raising £500 to The Garscube Community Foundation Charity

Glasgow, UK

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The Garscube Community Foundation (GCF) is a charity. It was established in 2004 and operates in the Queens Cross area of Glasgow.

We aim to support local community projects, voluntary organisations who provide services for those who are disadvantaged or have particular needs.

The Foundation also funds individuals through seeking sponsorship and corporate and community fundraising.

GCF’s main activity focuses on fundraising support for community projects, voluntary organisations and individuals in the Queens Cross area of Glasgow, working to provide services for those who are disadvantaged and have particular needs.

The Foundation is unique in that it is locally based and takes account of local situations and aims to respond appropriately.

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    2018 Fundraising Events The Great Glencoe Challenge 2018 The Great Scottish Run 2018

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Page last updated on: 6/6/2018 5:00 PM

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    Glasgow, UK

    We're a community-based housing association of nearly 4,300 households in north west Glasgow. As part of our Social Regeneration initiative we have staff who take part in events to help raise funds for our local charity The G.C.F. to benefit our local people.

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