Ladies are being invited to an evening of shopping with a difference in Glasgow’s newly refurbished Grand Central Hotel on Thursday (November 18th) to help raise funds for Y People.
The charity known for over 130 years as YMCA Glasgow has recently been rebranded as Y People and continues to support Glasgow’s vulnerable young people, enabling them to find accommodation and transform their lives for the better.
A total of 26 exhibitors have confirmed they will take part in the ‘The Way Y Ladies Love to Shop’ event so far offering a wide selection of glamorous goodies including sparkling chocolates, personal shopping trips, mini wardrobe makeovers, jewellery, designer glasses, cakes and handbags made from Harris Tweed.
Joe Connolly, Chief Executive of Y People said:
“This is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a couple of glasses of wine and canapés in the luxurious environment of the newly refurbished Grand Central Hotel, get some Christmas shopping done and browse the great variety of fabulous items on offer.
“The event is in aid of an excellent cause and the funds we raise will help Y People to continue to support some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of society.”
Tickets cost £19.50 and two glasses of wine and canapés will be provided at no extra cost. For tickets please contact Debbie Fraser on 0141 565 1520/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information about Y People is available at www.ypeople.org.uk
Issued by The BIG Partnership on behalf of YMCA Glasgow
For further information contact Kevin Macnaught on 0141 333 9585
About Y People
YMCA Glasgow was founded in 1824 and now operates across the central belt of Scotland.
The organisation rebranded in November 2010 as Y People. Y People employs over 180 staff and provides a wide range of services including:
- Work with vulnerable young people and others in our supported accommodation residences
- Undertaking detached, outreach, resettlement and support work with people of all ages who are, or have been, at risk of being homeless
- Work with asylum seekers and refugees in residential and community settings
- Out of school and other child-care provision
- Supporting arts in the community