A group of young women who are leading a campaign to tackle peer sexual abuse are taking part in 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence this month.
One of Renfrewshire’s popular bar and restaurants, The Coach House, has launched its annual Christmas toy collection for children and families in need.
For 12 days in the lead up to Christmas the specialist financial services group is giving £1,000 to ten charities each day – with 120 charities in total benefitting from…
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s staff charities committee has donated £1,000 to Early Years Scotland to support a variety of projects the charity runs from the Tannahill Centre in Paisley.
Tom Arthur, SNP MSP for Renfrewshire South visited Capability Scotland’s Corseford College in the Constituency to have a catch up with staff and see how the establishment has developed since…
Food banks and charities are facing increasing levels of need this winter and Tesco are urging people to give the gift of their time to take part in the UK’s…
In 2014, Noreen Smith, from Paisley, lost most of her sight in her right eye. Three years later, despite injections for macular degeneration, her left eye also became severely limited.
Local communities in Renfrewshire can apply for a share of £1.5million for innovative, sustainable projects that will enhance where they live.
New research from Age Scotland has revealed a substantial increase in the number of older people facing financial hardship.
More than 38,500 young people have been empowered to be advocates for their communities, securing £828,000 pounds for charities the length and breadth of the country.