Kiltwalking for Frontline Fife!
Congratulations to Shona Ewing from our partner; Digby Brown Solicitors in Kirkcaldy for completing the Kiltwalk in Edinburgh on Sunday! She took part in this amazing event to raise funds for Frontline Fife. After the walk Shona commented "It was such a good atmosphere, I would totally recommend it to anyone. They have a 5, 12 and 26 mile walk so all ages, shapes and sizes can do it - there was even a T-Rex taking part!"
Shona completed the 26 mile walk in 3 hours ...
Leven Environment Group Award
We were delighted to receive a Participation Certificate from the Leven Environment Group for the lovely planting outside our Leven Home4Good Office. Congratulations also go the the Group for their Silver Award for the Beautiful Fife Best Kept Towns and Villages Awards.
Photo: Sharon Grieve, Lynne Watters, Anthony McManus, Ann McManus, Brenda Bain, Liz Gibson (Frontline Fife), Marion Bradford (Chair Leven Environment Group)...
The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation Publication
In August this year, Frontline Fife received thanks from the Scottish Government for the contribution made to the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD), published in 2016 by the Housing and Social Justice Directorate, Scottish Government.
We were asked to provide a case study to this publication and here is an excerpt from the letter we received from the Directorate:
Your contribution helped us bring a real-life perspective to our data so that when we ...
Spirit of the Community
Frontline Fife celebrates the spirit of the community by raising awareness of homelessness and poverty with Dalgety Parish Church on Sunday, 4th June 2017.
The team at Frontline Fife wish to thank the congregation for their ongoing support and donations.
Photo: Robert Arnott (Dalgety Parish Church), Caryn Nicolson (Frontline Fife), Rev Christine Sime (Minsiter, Dalgety Parish Church)...
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 ...
Opportunities to join our Board of Management
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....
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 ...