The Glasgow Basket Brigade CIC is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation, generously supported from you, our community of supporters.
This vital funding allows us to develop and realise our plans for the coming Christmas each year in addition to purchasing extra baskets.
If you would like to support our work by making a one-off donation, or becoming a regular supporter, please visit our donations page or get in touch with us directly at
To bring the Glasgow Basket Brigade to life we rely 100% on donations and the kindness of others. We welcome all support.
We would love to hear from you.
The Glasgow Basket Brigade Team
2022 christmas basket appeal
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking part in this year’s appeal.
Our 2022 campaign is now closed.
“One small act of generosity on the part of one caring person can transform the lives of hundreds. It takes only one light to dispel the darkness, and even just one basket can bring hope to a family.”
- Tony Robbins
The Glasgow Basket Brigade is a female-led initiative who are fully inspired to bringing the magic of Christmas alive through connection, contribution and giving back to our community.
The idea of a Basket Brigade originally began in the US nearly 40 years ago when Tony Robbins, aged just 17, fed two families on Thanksgiving Day. His idea was simple, yet powerful: “One small act of generosity on the part of one caring person can transform the lives of hundreds” and this is at the heart of our local mission.
Inspired by the Yes Group and their “London Basket Brigade”, we knew we wanted to make a similar impact here in Glasgow, and so last Christmas the Glasgow Basket Brigade was born.
Both our Glasgow Basket Brigade and the London Basket Brigade are both part of the Tony Robbins Foundation which has chapters worldwide.
what types of baskets do we need?
"The Glasgow Basket Brigade helps spread love and remind our users that there are many people out there who care and who are willing to help them to have a better Christmas. Parcels of treats and toiletries make a great addition to the Christmas food parcels the food bank provides, especially for those with children"
- Audrey Flannagan, Manager
Glasgow SE Foodbank
"Community is not just a neighbourhood, it is a place of belonging, where everyone matters and nobody should be forgotten, especially at Christmas"
WHERE DO I TAKE MY BASKETS?
"Throughout the pandemic, we've distributed hot meals, food parcels, cleaning and personal care packs to around 250 people every week who are in personal struggle. We are excited to be benefiting from the support of The Glasgow basket Brigade who will help us bring some Christmas cheer to those in need within our communities"
- Annette Clydesdale,
The Preshal Trust
"Our families genuinely benefit from the support of The Glasgow Basket Brigade. Your support helps our community feel hope and to see the world as a warm, generous place - so important in these times where many are feeling lonely and scared"
- Karen Cohn,
Home Start Glasgow South