Over 100 people attended the Red Carpet event at the Odeon cinema in Dunfermline, including Robert Haig representing the Rotary Club of West Fife.
The heart-warming film can be
viewed by clicking the link below. It is an invaluable tool to support their
work- to recruit more volunteer Citizen Advocates and also to attract
additional, much needed, funding to increase their capacity.
Ewan Masson, from Dunfermline Advocacy claimed that the film should be an invaluable tool to support their work- to recruit more volunteer Citizen Advocates and also to attract additional, much needed, funding to increase their capacity.
If anyone would like to volunteer then please contact Dunfermline Advocacy on 01383 624 382 or email@example.com
It was also revealed that Dunfermline Advocacy has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Dunfermline Advocacy is one of 187 charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups to receive the prestigious award this year.
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work in their communities.
Chief Executive, Rachel Annand, is delighted and stated " This is a fantastic achievement for Dunfermline Advocacy and everyone involved- The Board of Trustees who volunteer their time to govern DA, the Staff Team who are fully committed to providing exceptional high quality support to our volunteer Citizen Advocates, and most importantly the people in West Fife who give their time as Citizen Advocates."
Fiona Robertson Vice-lord lieutenant of Fife, attended the film premiere on Tuesday and said a few very kind words about the Award
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more Convenor Neil Spriddle's report to 2022 AGM
more Jennifer Jones the incoming Rotary International President impressed by Clothing Bank
more Rotarians provide shelving and catalyst for book exchange and information point
more Referrals are welcome from the West Fife area
more Help keep local kids warm
more Salvation Army is running a Christmas Present Appeal, collecting donated presents until mid-December.
more Remembrance Sunday wreaths laid in West Fife
more Rotary adds their help to repair 100m limestone wall
more Delivery completed of 20 hygiene boxes
more Club supports a community led project in Culross
more The Rotary Club of West Fife helps out Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in the local villages.
more We have continued to seek opportunities to lend assistance throughout the whole of our catchment area during the past year, including various organisations in the main in Valleyfield, Blairhall, Crombie and most recently Culross.
more The Ken Young Plate was presented to Robin Grant for his work in the local community
more Donation towards local fund raising effort
more The Rotary Club of West Fife assists Valleyfield club
more Wreath laying on Remembrance Sunday 2020 in West Fife
more Community and Vocational Service Committee report
more After an address to the club by Ruth McCabe and a special course, RCWF is Dementia Friendly
more Club project in conjunction with Trefoil Guild
more KidsOut 2019 was organised by the Rotary Clubs of Carnegie Dunfermline, Dunfermline, Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay and West Fife.
more School Library Project
more Maggies Kirkcaldy presented with cheque for £1100.
more Fiona Todd sponsored to reach Everest Base Camp
more Council agreed to support Playground Markings Project
more A summary of the year's achievements of the current Rotary year. We have good platform to which we can continue to build, and our club can look forward to another year of great community involvement.
more The Rotary Club of West Fife was delighted to be part of the 2018 gala.
more Click through to view slideshow
more Fantastic news - the Rotary funded defibrillator for Culross has been installed at the Red Lion Inn, Culross
more Vision for Rotary year commencing 1 July 2016
more As can be seen from the photograph an excellent job was carried out despite the inclement weather conditions
more Club's presence at the annual Limekilns, Charlestown and Pattiesmuir Gala
more Activities proposed for Rotary year 2015/16
more Much more than a stroll in the park on Wednesday, 10th June, for the 130 youngsters who were guests of West Fife Rotarians at the annual picnic treat in Dunfermline"™s Pittencrieff Park
more Club pitched up with a Shelter Tent. Click through for slideshow
more Supporting projects in local primary schools
more The Rotary Club of West Fife celebrated the 110th anniversary of the founding of Rotary International.
more The Club responded to a request for help to enable this valuable and well used local amenity to be maintained.
more At Crossford Primary we dropped in with a cheque for £3500 to boost the schools £10000 library project.
more Proceeds of AM-AM Golf event donated to charity
more We contributed approximately 300 boxes to the Shoebox appeal with the assistance of local primary schools
more The Club presented a Bingbangbong to the Children's Development Centre.
more The first project early in the new Rotary year involved our willing and able members in the redecoration of the village hall at Pattiesmuir
more 47 Senior Citizens attended an excellent night out at The Pitfirrane Hotel on 22nd April 2009.
more Pictures from a successful day out in Pittencrieff Park
more The day was dry and was a great outdoor experience for all 130 children who came to Pittencrieff Park.
more The S6 Charities group were awarded the Rotary Club of West Fife Award
more Rotarians provided transport and served up a meal. The Kingdom Singers were present to lead the singalong.
more On Tuesday 21st September 2004 club members visited the hugely impressive Hearts Football Academy at Heriot Watt University, Riccarton
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