We want to create bright futures for young people, families and organisations.
We take a joined up approach to supporting young people by also working with the adults who live or work with them. That way, no matter what setting a young person is in they feel supported and cared for.
Through our programmes of workshops and coaching we support young people and the adults in their lives to understand each other better, meaningfully communicate, achieve positive outcomes and enhance their wellbeing.
POTENTIAL IN FAMILIES
Creating connected families.
POTENTIAL IN ME
Life coaching for young people and adults.
POTENTIAL IN ORGANISATIONS
Tapping into the potential of your organisation.
We’re a social enterprise
Potential in Me CIC is a social enterprise Community Interest Company (CIC). This means any profit that is left after paying our costs is reinvested into enhancing our social impact. Some of our programmes are kindly funded and free to access, while most are paid for like any other business. When you invest in us, you’re investing not just in the immediate result you seek, but contributing to us being able to support more people in our communities.
We were founded in 2015 and have intentionally grown organically. We are now in a growth stage and are excited about delivering more programmes in more places!
We are also a Living Wage Employer
Potential in Me CIC is aan accredited Living Wage employer. We believe it is good for our people, society and organisation and aim to pay our staff more than the Living Wage.
Some of our clients
Our clients and partnerships have helped us to make great things happen and enable us to create even more positive social impact. We have enjoyed supporting organisations across all sectors and of varying sizes. These are some of the many wonderful organisations we have had the pleasure of working with.
We have been able to deliver a number of families programmes free of charge to communities within Glasgow thanks to funders including the National Lottery Community Fund, Sanctuary Housing Scotland, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, GHSCP, Foundation Scotland and Glasgow City Council.
We have also benefited from the support of the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Firstport, CEIS, Just Enterprise and many other organisations who support social enterprise. Our aim is to become fully self sustaining through trading, with a portion of each programme purchased going towards funding one of our community families programmes. That’s why we are very grateful to all the organisations who purchase our services.