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Artist Aid Ukraine to open in Glasgow

100 of Scotland’s best contemporary artists are taking part

'He was one of the smartest people I've known'

Father's Day event to raise money for MND Scotland

Praise for P7 pupil who helped save school trip

Resonance Capital and Skypark donate £2,000

The Caring City: The Blankfaces

The social enterprise tackling homelessness

Tennis club dedicates Mother's Day to Ukraine

Money raised will go to the British Red Cross

Young people in Glasgow celebrate £133,000 cash boost

Ten charity projects in the city win vital funding

Rare instrument donated to Oxfam on Byres Road

The Hungarian Cimbalom could be worth thousands of pounds

'Novice' runner clocks up 2,600 miles for charity

Scott ran the equivalent of nearly 100 marathons in a year

Glasgow Warriors to Plaster It Purple for children's charity

'It’s going to be loud, it’s going to be a fantastic atmosphere and I can’t wait to see everyone Plaster It Purple on the night'

Bananamoon in Kelvinbridge offers help to homeless people

Glasgow bar wants donations of jumpers, hats, gloves, jackets.

Dentists grit teeth as they prepare for 500-mile charity run

The team will take 10 days to cover the route, joined along the way by friends and supporters who will run shorter stretches.

Skypark donates clothes, food, and toiletries to those in need

One tenant Fleet Alliance donated £7,000 to the Glasgow NE and NW Foodbanks.

Volunteer mentors take it to the bridge to help young people

MCR Pathways says it needs more mentors in Glasgow to support pupils in all 30 secondary schools.

Glasgow shoppers donate more than 4,400 Christmas gifts

Festival of Kindness organisers praise the generosity of Glasgow shoppers.

More volunteers, please, and don't dump stuff, says Oxfam as stores set to reopen

The street's bookshop and record stores have been closed during the Covid pandemic lockdown.

Marathon effort … nine-year-old friends to run 250km in lockdown for city charity

Friends Callum Venturi, Isla Grey and Serge Kendrick wanted to use their time constructively during lockdown even though they can't be together.

Social Bite founder thanks Western Baths Club as he reveals plans on homelessness

Josh Littlejohn told Glasgow West End Today his efforts would be concentrated on tackling homelessness in Scotland.

Bed-pushing firefighters in Maryhill have raised £45,000 for their favourite school

The money has been used to give the children specialised horse-riding sessions at a local riding centre.

High-flying Partick lawyer zip slides over the River Clyde for Alzheimer Scotland

Judith associate director at Scullion Law on Dumbarton Road in Partick and has been trained to advise clients with dementia issues.

Rugby charity on target to raise £100,000 as it looks ahead to West End fundraiser

Scotland internationalist Stuart Hogg kickstarted the campaign by gifting his time at his hometown club Hawick.

On the mend … fightback against modern throwaway culture comes to the West End

The idea has spread from Amsterdam where the first cafe was opened 10 years ago.

Charity that sends out letters of kindness to refugees has new home on Byres Road

Since it launched, the nationwide charity has provided welcome packs to thousands of people newly-arrived in Scotland.

The award-winning West End family law firm that's at the heart of the community

Scullion LAW has recently launched its annual free wills service in aid of Marie Curie.

Arms and legs … Anniesland rugby friends clock up miles ahead of charity challenge

The challenge on April 28 is set to raise money for the charity Hearts + Balls which helps injured rugby players.

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