Today, on International Womens Day, we are putting the spotlight on our Resilient Investees that are led by inspiring and influential women.
MsMissMrs sell a quirky range of empowerment pants. Profits are re-invested in self-development programmes for young women, supporting their emotional and physical wellbeing.
Homes for Good are Scotland’s first social enterprise letting agency. Creating secure quality homes for tenants, whilst enabling landlords to manage their investment.
Feel the Warmth address an all too familiar issue; that many elderly people are suffering as they are having to make a choice between heating their home and eating. Having designed an innovative range of high performance heated wearable clothing, Feel the Warmth hope to address the effects of cold weather, helping the elderly and vulnerable stay warm and mobile.
The Larder is changing lives through food. With a passion for food and cooking and are keen to see an end to food poverty in West Lothian. Their aim is to relieve poverty and engage individuals and communities with food, and believe that food is a great tool to help achieve change in a young person’s life.
Building Futures CIC want to create equality in the construction sector, regardless of gender, age, education, race or ability. Here at Building Futures we believe every individual in society deserves a fair shot at their chosen career path without facing stigma or stereotype.
Circle Scotland provide affordable offices, co-working and community space.
By bringing organisations together, we are promoting collaboration and fostering innovation that does social good in the city.
Holyrood Plumbers are striving to make plumbing and other trades more accessible to women. Love Learning bridge the gap between education and social care. They offer qualifications and life coaching to vulnerable people who struggle with mainstream education.
Connect Community Trust operate a wide range of activities and services for all ages, to help raise the self-esteem, health and pride of local residents.
Just Trading are a fair trade organisation which facilitates the import and distribution of fairly traded products to the UK.
The Glad Café is an award winning arts venue and café based in Glasgow’s Southside.