FARE Scotland (Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse) is a voluntary organisation working within disadvantaged communities throughout Central Scotland. FARE strive to raise people's aspirations, encourage them to become more involved in their communities, create opportunities for personal development and equip them with the skills required to deal with the demands of 21st century life.

  • Covid-19 Response

    Covid-19 Response

    Delivered 500,00 meals across Glasgow

  • 30 Years Active

    30 Years Active

    Celebrated three decades of community development

  • Accreditation


    Became a licensed SQA & Duke of Edinburgh centre

  • New Sheriff in Town

    New Sheriff in Town

    Former employability manager Jimmy Wilson takes up the CEO role

  • It’s not Farewell

    It’s not Farewell

    We say goodbye and thank you to long-standing CEO Rosemary Dickson

  • Demolition


    Tenement building gone; tears were shed

  • Bannatyne House

    Bannatyne House

    Moved into a purpose built centre for the community

  • XMAS Cheer

    XMAS Cheer

    Started donating Christmas hampers out to senior citizens in Easterhouse

  • Key Funding

    Key Funding

    Gained significant long-term support to work towards getting young people into employment

  • Young Voices

    Young Voices

    A new youth led, media based magazine is established

  • Legacy Games

    Legacy Games

    The first ‘Mini Olympics’ held at the Kelvin Hall

  • Integration Project

    Integration Project

    A scheme designed to tackle gangs & territorialism

  • Premises


    Leased a block of six flats to run services from

  • Bobby Kerr

    Bobby Kerr

    Retired in December 2019; a loyal FARE employee for 30 years

  • Genesis


    FARE is established by local people

Our Vision

‘People and communities thrive and are free from the effects of poverty’


Mission Statement

‘To improve the lives of the people in the communities we serve’