Sacro's Garden Project in Glasgow supports adults who have been marginalised. This video explores a personal story of how working in the garden, and with others in the garden, is:

"Opening up a network of opportunity I've never experienced before."

The project offers individuals aged 18+ who face barriers to employment and social inclusion the opportunity to learn and develop new skills. 

In partnership with Glasgow City Council, Land Environment Services and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Sacro are delivering the Garden Project in Bellahouston Demonstration Gardens and Tollcross Park, Glasgow.  Volunteers are given the opportunity to learn, develop new skills and achieve each individual's personal goal.

The Garden Project is delivered in three steps which are designed to ease individuals into a routine. It allows participants to gradually increase self-confidence and improve mental and physical health whilst improving amenities within the community. 

Read more about the project and Sacro's Three steps of - Grass Routes, Up The Road and finally Positive Destination here