We're currently seeking an experienced administration assistant with bookkeeping experience to join our small, self-managing team :) Read more
Govan Free State: living in the early days of a better nation. So COP26 is coming to town, about the same time as GalGael enter our 25th year. And so we thought what more appropriate way to mark all this than to declare a new free state - returning to our roots in Pollok Free State - an anti motorway camp. A playful, creative exploration of power and legitimacy in the face of climate emergency. An act of solidarity with those communities struggling for recognition of their territories. Read more
Exciting things happening in our yard in Ibrox! A team of volunteers have started assembling our green oak shelter, which will provide us with an outdoor space to meet over the winter months (and beyond). Read more
We stand against scarcity, loneliness and violence. We stand for compassion, justice and humanity. Read more
Carving out ways of living with more humanity
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Our work is powered by people! Our Kinship members stand with us in this work through regular giving. A monthly donation - no matter how small - builds a solid base from which GalGael can offer hope & grow its pioneering approach.
We're currently seeking an experienced administration assistant with bookkeeping experience to join our small, self-managing team :)
GalGael’s activities offer folk a place of work, some respect and some tools. We work to create a therapeutic environment however what we offer is firmly based in practical skills. So we are reliant on ongoing working relationships with our partner agencies in supporting people with complex needs.
An update on the ongoing situation with Coronavirus, Covid-19, and it's impact on GalGael, our activities and our community. This is specifically for our volunteers, participants, visitors.
BBC Alba documentary Birdman of Pollok, Curaidh na Coille tells the story of Colin Macleod our founder - a power story for our times. "An inspiring insight into a quest for justice, equity & sustainability of people and place" Broadcasting on 30 December