The members programme is about supporting people through transitions in their lives and reconnecting disengaged people. This is the ethos that underpins all the elements of what we do, from cooking to social integration, work opportunities to social contact, advice to arts. We are committed to meeting individuals, welcoming them and supporting them wherever they are on their journey. We are aimed at vulnerable people however we also open the doors to anyone so we enjoy a truly rich, diverse and supportive community!
We offer a mixture of education programmes, drop-in services, social enterprise and social integration activities.
Free lunches are served to members of the project (participants in this programme who register with us).
To become a member and access this FREE programme ask at reception for a form or complete the form online at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GCPRegistration.
We offer free confidenal and independent support and can help with any benefit problem from sancons and appeals to what you are actually entled to. We can support housing advice and sign post to more specialist support.
Facilitated by Trained/Accredited Volunteers - Café space
During Open Door Meals on Monday Evening.
How do I sign up for Classes?
Once you are a member there is an activity book kept at Reception. You just need to flip through that book to your chosen activity with the appropriate date and sign your name. Please do this in advance, as sometimes activities can be cancelled on the day, and we would need to notify all members who had signed up. Make sure your contact details and emergency contact details are up-to-date. You can also phone 0131 225 3626, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07860 021 262 and we’ll add you.
How do I sign up for Lunch?
Once you have signed up for an activity on a chosen day, there is a separate sign in sheet kept at reception for lunch. Note: You must be coming to an activity in the morning / afternoon in order to attend lunch. There is a cut-off of 11:00am - if you haven’t signed up for lunch by then it may be to late, sorry.