A Fife charity has lost more than a quarter of its staff since it was hit by a “perfect storm” funding crisis in January.
A lone parent charity in Fife which faced a “perfect storm” funding crisis has been forced to make redundancies to continue its work supporting vulnerable families.
A Fife charity has warned the council is “sleep-walking into a nightmare” if it does not find funding to help hundreds of families in need.
The Scottish Government is to investigate whether a lifeline can be thrown to a Fife charity which faces abandoning vulnerable families.
A Fife charity is facing a race against time to secure new funding or face cutting its vital support services for hundreds of families in need.
Some 22,730 children in Tayside and Fife are part of families in which no one in the household works.
Tayside and Fife campaigners call for rethink on Universal Credit as food banks admit they are struggling to cope
Charities across Tayside and Fife have admitted they are struggling to cope with the strain of Universal Credit amid calls for a wider rollout of the controversial benefit to be scrapped.
A Kelty mum has told how the controversial Universal Credit benefit plunged her into more than £1,000 of debt after she was forced to wait five weeks for the first payment.
In the second part of our special series looking at the impact of child poverty in Courier Country, Michael Alexander investigates the scale of the problem in Fife and visits Glenrothes where high child poverty levels are in stark contrast to the utopian vision of the ‘new town’ created 70 years ago.
Two Fife teenagers have lodged cases against absent parents to claim their share of a huge £17.6million owed in child maintenance back payments in the Kingdom.