Little Maisie-Rose spreads the joy of Christmas giving by donating her Christmas Money to help the Homeless in Fife!
The joy of Christmas was warmly felt by the team at Frontline Fife today.
Four year old little Maisie-Rose Watters of Leven decided after a visit with family in Scunthorpe and seeing people sleeping rough that she would donate her Christmas Money of £53 to help those who are homeless.
Her mother Michelle Watters said that although they had explained homelessness to Maisie-Rose, her wish to help those ...
Community Christmas Day Lunch, Dunfermline
Dunfermline Free Church have organised a Christmas Day Community Lunch at Gillespie Centre, Dunfermline from 11:30 - 2:00pm.
Frontline Fife Annual Review 201516
Frontline Fife is delighted to present to you our Annual Review for 2015/16. If you have any comments or would like to learn more about what we do, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
To view or download a copy of our Annual Review, please go to our Publications Page....
Opportunities to join our Board of Management
Investors in Young People
We are proud to announce that Frontline Fife have been awarded Investors in Young People Status (IIYP). Frontline Fife strongly believe that the recruitment and development of young people is essential to the success of our charity. We can benefit in many ways, including the developmen of a more motivated, talented and creative workforce who have a wealth of skills and knowledge.
The standard focuses on 3 key elements; Attraction and Recruitmen ...
Kirkcaldy Raith Rotary Club support Frontline Fife!
We were thrilled to attend the Kirkcaldy Raith Rotary Club's event on 18th August to promote our charity and the services we have to offer.
We were extremely grateful to be presented with a cheque for £350 and look forward to continuing to work with the Rotary Club and it's members....
Following on from the most recent update to the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) at the end of August 2016, the Scottish Government have also published a Statistical Bulletin which provides advice and information on the findings of the SIMD, and identifies areas of poverty and inequality in Scotland.
Frontline Fife are proud to report that a case study on our Shared Accommodation Project with contributions from one of our client's and his caseworker has been included in ...