Communities in Castlemilk, King’s Park, Croftfoot and Toryglen are being urged to take part in prioritising plans for their areas.
Each of the city’s 21 area partnerships have access of up to £ 10,000 in grant funding from Glasgow City Council and match funding by Scottish Government.
The council is looking for communities to participate in a process known as community or participatory budgeting.
The decisions are made in relation to geographical location, local priorities, what public services and activities already exist and what’s needed to support people in the area, in the future.
Community and voluntary organisations will be invited to present their plan at a community budgeting event to be held in their ward.
Final decisions on which community and voluntary organisations are awarded funding will be made following a vote on the day of community budgeting event, by the public.
Go to www. glasgowcpp. org.uk/communitybudgeting for more information.