Help deprived communities in Glasgow improve their incomes and health
Working alongside local partner organisations this project aims to improve the health, nutrition and income-generating opportunities for communities affected by persistent poverty in the areas of Govan, Linwood, Beith and Clydebank.
With your support we aim to:
- Increase incomes through the development of three social enterprises supplying fresh food to local communities;
- Improve community health by increasing the availability of locally-grown, nutritious, affordable foods and raising awareness of their health benefits;
- Empower local people to demand support for better access to fresh, nutritional food and work together to improve their local community.
Who will benefit
Directly 1,100 members of Oxfam's five partner organisations developing the Pearce Café, HELP business and fish farm social enterprises, will benefit by improving their business skills and from the growth and financial security of their organisations.