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Help us end isolation and loneliness

Social isolation is a huge issue. It is crippling large parts of our society, with nearly one third of the population being affected by it at some point in their lives.

For Robert, social isolation gradually diminished his life and personality: “I never left my house and I felt no motivation to do anything.”

Britain is the loneliness capital of Europe and social isolation is playing a big part in it. We all know that loneliness affects older people, who find it harder to get out and about, but did you know that an incredible 80% of under 18s have also reported feeling lonely? Despite, and sometimes because of, social media, it seems the people of Britain are finding themselves more lonely and isolated than ever before.

Carr Gomm has had a significant impact in local communities in recent years. Despite the impact of our work, there is still much to do across Scotland.


We need your help.


What’s the aim? We need to raise at least £50,000 by 1st September 2017 to keep our community projects running.

How can we achieve it? We are looking for 100 people, or teams, to raise £500 each in the most creative, exciting and fun ways possible.

By signing up to the CG 100 campaign, you will be part of a fundraising community tackling social isolation and helping to build a more resilient Scotland.

Thank you for your support. Together, we can help combat social isolation and loneliness.

Not able to be one of the 100? You can still get involved by making a donation. Click the ‘Donate Now’ box to donate directly to the campaign.

SIGN UP...become one of the 100 today and help us end social isolation and loneliness

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Lyn Ryden

Scott McNair

Lucy Wren

Laura Combe

Edinburgh Visiting Staff Team

Business Development

Argyll and Bute Team


Muirhouse Service

Park Cottage

Vicky Gibb

Cameron Team

Gillian Lewis

Campbeltown Carr Gomm

Midlothian Visiting

East Ops & Admin Team

Fumiko Miller

Jessica Pearson

Christine Nicol

Greta Kaceviciute

University of Glasgow

Priesthill Team

Woodside & Baryleyhill Teams

Borders Service

HR Team

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Check out our page for stories about our services and people we support, job opportunities, upcoming events and so much more...!
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Carr GommThursday, May 17th, 2018 at 11:00pm
Greg, who has a schizophrenia diagnosis, tells us how the Rosebank Garden Project has helped improve his quality of life and allowed him to make some really good friends along the way: https://bit.ly/2IglfMR #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #EndTheStigma #gardening
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Carr GommTuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 11:00pm
Until recently CJ found it hard to socialise and meet new people. Craigmillar Community Grows, a local garden project, changed all that. CJ is now a main volunteer who supports others to maintain the space. Read CJ's story here: https://bit.ly/2IN4aJU #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
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Carr GommMonday, May 14th, 2018 at 10:17pm
Join Cyrenians for their Big Lunch Get Together on Sunday 3rd June at Royal Edinburgh Community Gardens!

Reserve your place here: https://bit.ly/2rsx7RK
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Carr GommMonday, May 14th, 2018 at 6:00am
Want to have your thoughts provoked? Is it a human right to not be lonely? Watch this video from the BBC, https://bbc.in/2KVV4ZQ, and find out why our campaign to stomp out loneliness is so important. #TeamCarrGomm #MondayMotivation
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Carr GommMonday, May 14th, 2018 at 3:57am
To mark #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek we've asked a number of people to share their personal experiences. Here Kenny tells us how Wauchope Community Garden, a local community garden project, helped him overcome a very challenging period in his life... https://bit.ly/2IAP3n3 #EndTheStigma
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Carr GommThursday, May 10th, 2018 at 11:00pm
On Fri 25 May @SHAREArgyll will be launching a wee book of football poetry to raise awareness for rural homelessness. Pop along to Grub's Up Recovery Cafe in Lochgilphead Parish Hall from 12noon - 1pm for a blether, music, poetry and some great food. #booklaunch #homelessness

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