Last year we took part in the Robertson Trust-Voices series to share some of the work we are doing to help find solutions to poverty and trauma for our most vulnerable children and their families across our communities. In this short film , some of our Therapeutic staff MaryAnn and Anna as well as our Manager Pauline discuss some of the systematic challenges we are facing as well as the changes we believe are needed to address these.
We have teamed up with Kirkcaldy West Primary School to bring some much needed additional support to families living in the Linktown/inverteil area thanks to the generosity of 2 amazing benefactors who wish to remain anonymous providing us with the much needed additional funding to allow us to recruit our fantastic part time Outreach Family Support Worker Gemma as well as funding for the resources we need to undertake additional group work support with children and families across the linktown/ inverteil community.
Nostalgia leads the way with Barbie, Furby, Pokémon, and LEGO Star Wars toys featuring in this year’s list
This year’s must-have toys will be donated to families in need through the Multibank charity initiative and delivered in a giant toy truck that takes to the roads this December
To shop a wide selection and discover the joy of toys visit www.amazon.co.uk/toptentoys2023
MULTIBANK CHARITY KEEPING CHILDREN OUT OF CARE, SURVEY SHOWS
COTTAGE FAMILY CENTRE AND BROWN AS MULTIBANK REACHES 1.5M GOODS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES :
WE NEED MORE COMPANIES TO STOP A WINTER POVERTY CRISIS
Families supported by the Cottage Family Centre - Big Hoose Project “Multibank” initiative have admitted that without such support they would have had to put their children into care, a survey for the project reveals today.
Have you been supported with products through our Big Hoose project?
Was your products delivered to you by your social worker, health visitor, your child's school or nursery, or a local charity?
We would like to find out what this support means to you, your children and your family.
We would be grateful if you could spend 10 minutes of your time completing our questionnaire.
We will use your answers to write a report for funders of the project, to secure more support for the project in future.
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Over HALF a million essential products have now been donated to families in need across Scotland by a charitable coalition, founded just one year ago by Amazon’s Fulfilment Centre in Fife and the nearby Cottage Family Centre in Kirkcaldy, whose patron is former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Today, Wednesday 7th September, the Cottage Family Centre announces an expansion of its successful anti-poverty pilot programme -and its multi-bank - food bank, bedding bank, clothes bank, toiletries bank, home furnishings bank and heating bank; all rolled into one – set up to help Fife families in need.
What an amazing way to start the day.
The Cottage Family Centre has received the outstanding news that the Robertson Trust (https://twitter.com/RobertsonTrust) has awarded £100,000.00 to their new project- the Big Hoose Project which has seen multi million pounds worth of household goods from retailers such as Amazon UK, Fishers and the Paint Shed being distributed to children and families living in poverty across Fife.
Today we are absolutely delighted to announce that we are the latest partner for Raith Rovers FC season 2022/23
The fantastic partnership will see us become the back of shirt sponsor with our logo etched on the back of the new first team away kit and for every away kit sold - £1 will be donated to us to help support our children and families