18 months later..

Well folks that’s 18 months of See The Invisibles, wow what can I say, Its blown me away, the generosity of people in and around Glasgow and even as far as the Shetland isles, donations at football grounds, donations posted from hundreds of miles away, people going on to the Amazon wish list and buying…… Continue reading 18 months later..

The Invisibles Wish List Appeal

We are launching a campaign for the month of June for the most needed items of Men’s underwear,     socks and belts through our Amazon Wish list:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ls/ref=aw_wl_ov_edit_notes?ie=UTF8&filter&lid=2HDMGVIHY2WD1&p=1&reveal=unpurchased&sort=priority If you purchase a pack of men’s boxer shorts for example, they are delivered directly to our storage unit in Dalmarnock, then our Volunteers distribute them to the…… Continue reading The Invisibles Wish List Appeal

Me and The Invisibles

December 17, 2014 As Christmas and new year approaches, it seems the done thing to quietly contemplate the year gone by and reflect on all the ups and downs you’ve encountered along the way. For me, it’s been a very bittersweet year. It started out very busy, volunteering at my local foodbank where I was…… Continue reading Me and The Invisibles

Invisibles Winter Collection Statement

The Invisibles are a small independent charity initiative committed to helping homeless people and homeless charities in Glasgow.We formed after our founder, Dermot Hill wrote an internet blog on the issue of homelessness in early February, highlighting the homeless problem in Glasgow and asking for help on this from fellow Glaswegians. Dermot works on railway…… Continue reading Invisibles Winter Collection Statement

T IN THE PARK APPEAL

GOING TO T IN THE PARK ? Can you protect the countryside AND help the ihomeless ? Have a fantastic time – enjoy the music and enjoy the camping…..but see when it’s all over, please remember that some people sleep outside all the time. If you were planning to dump your sleeping bag, could you…… Continue reading T IN THE PARK APPEAL