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Legacy & Philanthropy Event Showcases Impactful Work

The Merchants House of Glasgow recently held a Legacy & Philanthropy event, bringing together dedicated supporters & members. The evening provided attendees with a deeper understanding of the tremendous impact generated by our work.

The event proved to be an invaluable platform for supporters, allowing them to directly engage with organisations that have directly benefited from our grants. Through firsthand accounts and testimonials, attendees gained insight into the remarkable difference these charities are making in the lives of the people of Glasgow and the surrounding area.

Pam Hunter, CEO of SAY Women

By showcasing the positive outcomes of our support, we demonstrated the instrumental role we play in fostering positive change in the lives of the most vulnerable people in our society.

Lord Dean of Guild, Andrew McFarlane and Stephen McFadden, Operational Development Manager at Govan HELP




I was amazed at the breadth of involvement across so many areas of the city, taking small or large donations and collectively making a significant difference to benefit the work that charities and other small organisations are able to do.

James McNaught



Campbell Armour, Chair of the Legacy & Philanthropy Committee & Merchants House Director