People Without Labels is a Charity Community and Arts Project which occupies the oldest building in the East End of Glasgow, built in 1838 – the Space in London Road. The building is a relic of the community and has now become a community hub.
You can find out more about them here.
Lorraine Garthland is a Trustee of the charity. She writes:
“The charity provides a space for the large number of people in the area who cannot afford food or who are discriminated against and find it hard to socialise, yet the space we have created to do this is constantly in need of repair.
“When we decided to save a historic and significant building in a very poor area of Glasgow, it was a costly and time intensive restoration project we took on, and it has only been possible due to an amazing team of dedicated volunteers.
“The ceiling is something that would make the charity and the space it provides feel much safer and more secure and allow us to keep providing food and support to the people of the area.”
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