Meet the finalists from Scotland.


On Tuesday 25th June the Love Britain + Ireland Awards were held for Scotland in The Holiday Inn (Glasgow). 


Name of Project

Work with the Disadvantaged  

Bethany Christian Trust

Ending homelessness in person at a time with services focusing on preventing homelessness as well as alleviating the suffering of people who are homeless.


Social Justice

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap works alongside people that are disadvantaged and are affected by social exclusion, the group aims to tackle social exclusion and poverty issues.


East Renfrewshire Good Causes

East Renfrewshire Good Causes gives small donations of money/practical aids to those who need short term help. For example: helping with getting a double buggy for mother fleeing from domestic abuse.


Work with the Disadvantaged

Glasgow City Mission

Is the world’s first City Mission. Since 1826, we have been showing Christian care to vulnerable adults and children by fighting against poverty and disadvantage in Glasgow.

Community Building


A three-hours-a-day, five-days-a-week drop-in service open to anyone seeking company and non-judgemental listening. We offer simple food and drink - tea, coffee, biscuits, soup lunches - between 12pm and 3pm.

Work with Older People

New Life Diamonds

Diamonds lunch club meets every Thursday to provide company and a good nutritional meal.

Youth and Children's Work

Safe Families for Children - Scotland

They train and support volunteers from local churches and connect them with families who are isolated and struggling. Helping build relationships that bring hope so that children can feel loved and secure in thriving families.

Youth and Children's Work

St. Andrews Methodist Church Breakfast club 

They run a breakfast club and holiday clubs in the local primary school.

The club is offered free of charge and staffed by volunteers and minister. This club is a link between church and community, it is open to all children in the school. The school had a high percentage of low income families.

The breakfast club offers food to those who would struggle to afford a breakfast. It also helps those families working in poverty or those who wish to return to work.

The holiday club provides activities for the children who are not able to go on holiday. It also helps out parents who require childcare or grandparents providing the childcare. The church has now been given the service level agreement to provide this club on a permanent basis.


Here are a few pictures from the night and some of our Finalists going on to the finals later in the year (October) in London.

Browse through the pictures of Love Britain + Ireland events in other regions here


The Love Britain + Ireland Award for...

  • Community Building
    Awarded to an outstanding project building relationships with people and communities of different faiths.
  • Work with the Disadvantaged
    Awarded to an outstanding project reaching and supporting people struggling in our communities.
  • Inclusion
    Awarded to an outstanding project supporting and serving people with additional needs.
  • Start up projects
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has been launched since 1st October 2016.  
  • Work with Older People
    Awarded to an outstanding project serving and supporting older people in the local community.
  • Social Justice
    Awarded to an outstanding project which has sought to bring about a real change in community life through a local campaign
  • Youth and Children's Work
    Awarded to an outstanding project that is transforming the lives of children and young people in a local community.