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Trust in Fife

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At Trust in Fife we provide temporary accommodation, with housing support on a one to one basis or by hosting workshops that foster independent living skills, money management, healthy cooking and living and social inclusion. Our support extends beyond shelter, guiding clients through the entire process. Trust in Fife have a charity shop, the Cairn Centre, in Kirkcaldy, selling pre owned goods to those who need it. The shop offers a delivery and collection service and offers volunteering opportunities. Fife Private Rental Solutions is Trust in Fife's ethical letting agency and private sector advice hub for Fife.

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How we help

The positive steps we take to guide Fife’s homeless people towards independent living include:
Identifying individual needs of vulnerable people who need permanent homes.
Offering temporary accommodation within temporary accommodation units which are fully funded by Fife Council.
Hosting workshops in independent living skills and events to encourage social inclusion.
Guiding clients through individualised support plans, preparing them for independent living.
Fundraising, through donations and The Cairn Centre charity shop, to provide everything from affordable interview clothes, toiletries and starter packs for our clients.
Fife Private Rental Solutions, Fife's housing advice hub for the private rented sector and ethical letting agent.

By working together, we can prevent and ease the problem of homelessness in Fife.

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Moira, 32

Volunteer stories

“When my life turned upside down, Trust in Fife gave me a safety net. As well as a warm place to stay, they helped me find my feet when my life deteriorated and were a listening ear when I felt isolated. I lost my house in December 2016 after a mental breakdown. I made sure my son and daughter were well looked after by their dad and I sofa-surfed for months. But relationships suffer when you impose on friends and family. So I registered as homeless with Fife Council and was linked up with Trust in Fife.....”

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