We partner with Storehouse in order to bring practical help and compassion to those in need in our area.

This is all part of our desire to show the love of Jesus to all, no matter their circumstances, and to work together with others in doing that.

Storehouse aims to give hope to the people in Glasgow and wants to help those people in our city who can’t afford to look after themselves fully, providing them with food and toiletries.

Storehouse gives out food and toiletries hampers every Saturday morning from 10.00am – 12.00 noon from the Vineyard Centre, 4 Linden Street, Anniesland, G13 1DQ.

Storehouse relies totally on voluntary donations of food and toiletries from churches, friends, family and members of the public.

Getting involved

You can help by donating food and toiletries:

Food Toiletries Baby
Tinned food Toilet roll Nappies
Cereals – variety packs and small boxes Shower gel and shampoo Baby wipes
Pasta, rice and noodles Bars of soap Baby formula
Sauces and cup-a-soups Deodorant
Tea, coffee, sugar and long-life milk Razors

You can also help by volunteering with the team. Storehouse is run by a team of committed volunteers and being on the team is both challenging and very rewarding. If you would like to be more ‘hands on’ with this ministry by being part of the “Storehouse Team” please send an e-mail to Peter Fowler at

You can go to Storehouse’s website for more information or follow Storehouse on Facebook