Govan Community project
Govan Community Project, formerly Govan & Craigton Integration network is a community based organisation working in the south of Glasgow. Originally a response of community and church members to the needs of newly arrived asylum seekers, we have developed over the years to become a local charity working with and for all the diverse communities of the Greater Govan area and beyond.
We provide direct services such as weekly drop-ins, advice, information and advocacy, cultural events, a community flat, English classes, destitution food project, hate-crime reporting and an interpreting service. In addition the network facilitates forums bringing together public, voluntary and community organisations with local people to help plan public services, promote equal rights and opportunities and cross-cultural understanding, and to build bonds and links within and between communities.
Govan Community Project is a registered charity in Scotland (SC042012) and Company Limited by Guarantee (SC39071).
The Pearce Institute
840-860 Govan Road
Our main office is in the Pearce Institute. We are generally in the office all the time, but our drop-ins only run from 10-12 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Appointments can be booked from 2-4 for more complicated issues.
If you have any questions please give us a call on 01414453718
Flat 1, Block 40
Moss Heights Avenue
Many of our services run out of our community flat. If you would like to enquire about any of our services, or using our flat as a venue, please get in touch on 01414453718.