Louise Benwell

Women in Rail Glasgow Central Station Tour & Social

Fundraising for Homeless Project Scotland
by 7 supporters
We Provide food & Essential items to Homeless & Vulnerable People in Scotland


Women in Rail Scotland are running a social event which includes a sneak peek behind the scenes of one of Scotland's busiest train stations - Glasgow Central. The team who run the tours are allowing us to join a tour free of charge and in return we are encouraging a charitable donation to the Homeless Project Scotland.

The Homeless Project Scotland provide on average over 130,000 meals to the homeless and vulnerable each year and operate one of their largest soup kitchens under the arches of Glasgow Central Station. The WIR steering group felt that this was an appropriate and valuable charity to support - particularly to raise awareness and to support those who need it most in the winter months. 

Some more about the charity:

Homeless Project Scotland is a Homeless Charity in Scotland founded in October 2019. We achieved charitable status in June 2020. We are a non-profit organization operated by a Board of Trustees in order to help the homeless and vulnerable in Scotland. Our purpose is to feed and provide support to homeless and vulnerable people. We also act as a trusted voice for the homeless and It is vital that we have integrity. We aim to be effective, efficient, independent and trustworthy. Our approach is to listen, learn, act and then speak.


About the charity

Homeless Project Scotland is a charity supporting homeless, vulnerable & less fortunate families across Scotland. We provide full outreach support, hot & cold food, clothing, toiletries, & living essentials to those in need and a 24hr support line that offers a listening ear to anyone in need.

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