CLIMB project

Super pleased to say we won our funding bid of £2500 with the CLIMB event.  This money will be used to put safety fencing around our swing area and to put in some new plants and do some improvements in the sensory garden. . It was absolute honour to be there and to meet all the other fantastic organisations doing so much vital work in the community and to get the chance to present who we are and what we do.  . And to also make some contacts .  I would like to thank everyone who took the time to vote for us. Have been informed that we had an amazing amount of votes .  Buzzing !!

Thank you all . .

Liza . Xx


National diversity Awards 2019

Good evening all. I have the pleasure of letting you all know that we have again this year, been nominated into the National Diversity Awards for community organisation for disability. So I would like to ask you all if you would consider nominating us. As well as leaving a wee submission about us.  This year the votes really count as does what is said about our organisation in the submission.please share on your own page and gain us some more nominations. Many thanks in advance for your support. The link above will take you to the nomination page .


Buckhaven community grant

Good afternoon everyone. We have submitted a project to the  Buckhaven Larger Grants Projects -

Ballot boxes are being placed around Buckhaven for a week from Monday 18th February (Comm Centre, Library, College etc).

Votes (one per person) can be be made there or at the final public event on Sat 2nd March at Buckhaven Community Centre (11-2).

It would amazing if you could show your support when in the area , by voting for us as one of the projects. We are looking to do some much needed maintenance and improvement to our sensory garden . Your support would be very much appreciated .

Thank you in advance.



Good fundraising registration

We are registered with Good fundraising . And this is our statement to you all.

Our Fundraising Guarantee to you.

Fundraising is the life blood of many Scottish charities and we need to raise funds from voluntary sources. We could not fulfil our charitable mission without the support of generous, thoughtful and committed donors. We value the support of donors and understand the need to balance our duties to beneficiaries, with our duties to donors.

That’s why we make this commitment to you.

We will comply with the law as it applies to charities and fundraising and we commit that we will guarantee to adhere to best practice as outlined in the Fundraising Code of Practice.

We will monitor fundraisers, volunteers and third parties working with us to raise funds,ensuring that they also comply with this Code of Practice.

We guarantee to operate in line with the values of the Code; to be Legal, Open, Honest and Respectful in all our fundraising. To promote and underpin these values, we commit to the following standards:

• We will be clear about who we are and what we do

• We will give a clear explanation of how you can make a gift and change or stop a regular


• If you do not want to give or wish to cease giving, we will respect your decision

• We will respect your rights and privacy

• We have a procedure for dealing with people in vulnerable circumstances and it will be

published on our website or will otherwise be available on request

• We will hold your data securely

• We will communicate with you in accordance with your selected preferences.

If you feel we have not adhered to these standards or think we could do better please contact Liza Quin, chair. on 07825869511or email  and we will deal with your complaint quickly and thoroughly.

We commit to ensuring our complaints process is clear and easily accessible and we will provide clear and evidence-based reasons for our decisions on complaints.

However, should you be dissatisfied with our response, you will be able to take this further by contacting the Scottish Fundraising Standards