Both Catholic and Jewish immigrants in Scotland established welfare organisations to care for the frail and needy, including homes for the elderly in which they could observe dietary requirements and religious obligations. In this chapter the provision and use of elderly care services are examined through consideration of the current policy framework within which care is offered to elderly people from minority ethnic groups; the interpretation of these policies by the main service provider in Govanhill; and, the priorities of Pakistani immigrants and their descendants as actual or potential service users. Finally, some conclusions are drawn concerning the interaction between the providers of elderly care services and the Pakistani population.