Playing Their Part

Playing Their Part

Charity fundraising, keeping the power running and getting you to your vaccination appointments safely - check out how the Glasgow Warriors family of Sponsors and Partners have been Playing Their Part.

SP Energy Networks

The club’s Official Community Partner, SP Energy Networks has been keeping the power on for 3.5 million homes and businesses across Central and Southern Scotland, North Wales, Merseyside, Cheshire and North Shropshire, through the pandemic and beyond.

Futhermore, the recent winter weather saw SP Energy Networks provide expert guidance on how to prepare for stormy weather, while some of Scotland’s finest rugby players helped raise awareness of their free Priority Services Register which provides extra support for those who need it most when the power is out.

SP Energy Networks employees featured in their #SPENHero campaign have proven to be true heroes by supporting their local communities through volunteering and charity fundraising initiatives, while their apprentices have been helping them build a greener future and promote science and engineering as career options for women and girls.

First Bus

Club sponsor First Bus has been making sure people reach
their vaccination appointments safely. They’re providing service information
and details of closest bus stops to vaccination centres on their website, as
well as ensuring all services are operated within strict health and safety
guidance across the First Bus network.

Clyde Travel Management

Glasgow Warriors’ Official Travel Partners Clyde Travel
Management have been shining a light on the efforts of seafarers as key workers
during the pandemic.

The #ColleaguesUnite effort saw co-workers from across the
Northern Marine Group, to which Clyde belong, collectively and virtually travel
the 15,998km between their Houston and Singapore offices in a keep-fit challenge,
raising over £1,500 for Mission to Seafarers, who support seafarers whilst at


Working with their partners across the sporting world, iPro have been helping their followers stay on top of things during recent months, including their current 40 Days of Wellness campaign on social media.

Aimed at keeping people physically and mentally healthy as lockdowns continue across the UK, topics covered include how to stay connected with friends and relatives, as well as an ‘activity bingo’ held across a full weekend.


Official club sponsors KubeNet were a keen part of Team Glasgow in the recent Doddie’5 Aid set up by the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, which saw the traditional Scottish rugby districts go head to head in a physical activity challenge like no other.

KubeNet director Julie Inglis and daughter Grace spearheaded the KubeNet effort, which saw the company raise £4370 for the charity.

University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde has recently launched its new ExHALE programme, providing valuable online resources to all in the Strathclyde family.

Targeting Exercise for Health, Achievement, Lifestyle and Energy, it aims to encourage healthy habits, physical and mental wellbeing and provide activity ideas for all ages.


A little kindness can go a long way, as Braehead championed for Random Acts of Kindness Week 2021.

The centre was on hand to share tips on how to show those around you that you’re thinking of them during the ongoing lockdown, as well as sharing ideas on potential acts to get you in the mood.

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