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Support for the armed forces in Glasgow

We help veterans and service personnel, and their families, in the local community and we rely on public donations to continue our work. Our commitment is to provide support with experienced, non-judgemental and friendly advice, as well as a variety of practical services which cover a range of social, family and financial issues.

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Opening times

Monday to Friday 09.00 - 16.00

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Phone: 0141 613 3002

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  • Rangers Football club announce SSAFA as charity partner

    We're delighted that Rangers Fotball club have chosen SSAFA as one of its charity partners for the 2018/19 Football season, pledging to raise £3,000. The first bit of charity action will commence this weekend; the 3pm kick-off between Rangers and St. Johnstone will commemorate the armed forces, with acknolwedgment to SSAFA. Find out more about their plans this season.

  • Big Brew Up

    Big Brew Up at SSAFA Glasgow 17th August 2017

    Our Big Brew Up was a fantastic success raising over £250. We had visitors from Glasgow's Helping Heroes, The Coming Home Centre, Thomas Bradley & Co who also donated the raffle prise, The Chest, Heart & Stroke Club and members of the local community in Toryglen. A special thanks goes to Toryglen Community Base and the Cafe staff for their help and support.

  • Visitor Service

    Visitor service available to elderly or socially isolated veterans

    Do you, or does someone you know need a visit from one of our volunteers. We offer a visiting service to those in need, this could be a regular service or an ad-hoc event.

  • SSAFA President Award

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    Congratulations to Pat McDonagh our most experienced caseworker who was presented with the SSAFA President's Award at our recent AGM. Not only is Pat a caseworker but he also helps out with Branch Administration, Fundraising and is an active member of our Executive Committee. Pat is pictured here with our Chairman Charles Scott and Kevin Sutch from Central Office.





Volunteers Wanted

Do you have a few spare hours a week?

SSAFA Glasgow are looking for volunteers. We currently have opportunities in Marketing and Social Media, Caseworking and Visitors. If you feel you have the skills to help we would love to hear from you. Enquiries should be made to