Glasgow City Council to allow organisations the right to submit supporting documents & have their application for #Funding considered.
The future of Glasgow’s only specialist charity for victims of asbestos exposure and other industrial illnesses is in jeopardy thanks to the actions of Glasgow City Council. Action on Asbestos (formerly known as Clydeside Action on Asbestos) has served the population of Scotland for over three decades and has had to continually fight for funding to meet the growing demand for the charity’s advice and support services.
Action on Asbestos, Industrial Disease and Injury, Scotland’s leading asbestos charity, is expanding with a new mission. The charity, until recently known as Clydeside Action on Asbestos, has been helping people with an asbestos-related disease for over 35 years. Now, they are expanding so that anyone who develops a work-related illness or injury can benefit from their advice service.