Who are we and what do we do?

We are a small charity based in Southwest Glasgow. We offer a range of family support, activities and creative art opportunities. These are for family’s, children, young people and our more mature persons of the community within the Carnwadric, Arden, Kennishead and Regent’s Park area.

A snippet of what we’ve been up too.

Community based family support organisation

Our core service is Family Support, which is provided by our experienced Family Support workers. We continue to offer tailored support through Home visiting and telephone support. Family support workers deliver 1-2-1 support in homes and through telephone support, building relationships with families that might need a little help facing the challenges that life can bring.

We help people at increasing confidence, nurturing personal growth and learning new skills.

We also offer a range of classes and activities that we develop through feedback and consultation with participants and the local community. All our sessions are FREE.

You can access this service by contacting us directly or by referral from another organisation.

In the last 12 months we have delivered:

Creative groups for children, weekly ladies craft group, chat and chilll threw term time on Monday mornings ASN meal nights, ASN support.

What We’ve been up to

Our support in numbers


people engaged with Win so far in 2022


families supported through home visiting so far in 2022


part time staff who are passionate about everything that Win does

How do you get involved?

You need to either:

  • live in the local community of Carnwadric, Arden, Kennishead or Regent’s Park
  • Your child attends Jimmy Dunnachie Family Learning Centre, Thornlaw Nursery or Butterfly Nursery
  • Your child attends St Vincent’s Primary, Thornleybank primary or Ashpark.

The staff are so welcoming and friendly and they always do so much fun activities for all age groups.”


The win project has brought so much joy to me and my family , my autistic son has learned skills with the children’s drama, where he now is able to play without worry, and socialise with other kids, the support from volunteer is commendable, where there free time is offered, to help keep the community together safe and loveable to be, also it opens up so many groups for mother’s fathers grandmas and kids , it also gave me confidence and joy ,being part of such a special group the WIN is the place to be thank you x”


very caring people and have lots of activities for adults as well as kids of every learning degree”


We are delighted to announce that funding has been secured from Baillie Gifford for this year. Funded by Baillie Gifford Community Awards Programme – Small, administered by Foundation Scotland.