IFJN Winter Networking Event

07dec6:00 pm8:00 pmIFJN Winter Networking EventCome along to an evening of networking for those involved in food justice projects! OrganiserInterfaith GlasgowInterfaith Glasgow (in the Flemington House, 2nd floor), 110 Flemington Street, Glasgow, G21 4BF6:00 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT+00:00) Event TypeMeetingThemeClimate Justice

Event Details

Are you involved in a community or emergency food initiative? Or something related? Then we’d love to welcome you!

You are warmly invited to an evening of face-to-face networking – a chance to meet people involved in similar work while enjoying a delicious free meal.

At this event we’re focusing on the added pressure this winter of the cost-of-living crisis, and how you can talk to users of your service about money.

Guest speaker: John Mitchell, Money Guiders Scotland (MGS)

MGS defines “money guiders” as people who talk with others about their money worries and help them. Does this sound like work you do at your organisation? Or would you like to be able to offer this help?

John will share about the support available to you via the Money Guiders network – which is designed to give you the help and information that can make it easier for you to talk to others about their money worries.

The networking session will be an opportunity to:

• make new connections with people from different backgrounds and find out about different food projects around the city

• learn about best practice in offering money guidance and further support available to you via the Money Guiders Network

• promote your organisation’s work

• discuss dignified approaches to food provision

• seek advice from people working in similar area

• enjoy a delicious free meal prepared by someone else!

This event will be catered with vegetarian food. Please state any allergens or dietary requirements during ticket checkout or by e-mailing [email protected]

Further Information:

Who is this event for?

This event is for people from all backgrounds with an interest in community and emergency food initiatives including foodbanks, community shops, fridges and pantries, soup kitchens etc… whether you help deliver the service, make use of the service, or both.


Interfaith Glasgow, Flemington House,, 2nd Floor, 110 Flemington Street, Springburn G21 4BF


Step-free access is available through a side door only. Please let us know of any accessibility requirements in the booking form. The event will be in the Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Room on level 2 of Flemington House; there are elevators.

Getting to Flemington House

Bus: You can reach Flemington House easily by using First Bus services 8, 87, 88, 90 to Atlas Road, Springburn.

Train: it is a short walk from Springburn Train Station; upper and lower level service from Glasgow Queen Street pass via here. Please keep in mind the potential of rail strikes when planning your journey and check before you travel.

Car: Please note that the carpark at Flemington House is for permit-holders only. There will be plenty of on street parking available near the building.