Aberlour

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As the Scottish Government’s Resilience Committee prepares to meet for its weekly meeting to discuss the progress being made to address the worsening cost of living crisis, Action for Children has united with charities across Scotland to urge the First Minister to invest in a Winter Support Fu

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Children’s charity Aberlour will receive a grant of more than £5.5 million over this parliamentary term to develop two Mother and Child Residential Recovery Houses, including one developed in partnership with Hillcrest. The houses will be designed to enable children of women with problem

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Kingdom Housing Association has built six new homes in Glenrothes for social rent and handed them over to Fife Housing Association Alliance partner, Glen Housing Association. These new homes have been partly funded through a Scottish Government grant. An additional facility has been completed f

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Elderpark Housing and the charity Aberlour have joined forces to deliver food and shopping to vulnerable and isolated members of the local community in Govan. It has been such a success that meals are being prepared and delivered by volunteers with 150 being delivered in a single day.

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More than 40 of Scotland’s leading children's charities, faith groups, trade unions, community groups and anti-poverty organisations have joined civic organisations from across the UK to call on the Chancellor to increase child benefit by £10 a week per child to help families through the

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The Aberlour Trust, in partnership with Glen Housing Association and Kingdom Housing Association, has announced its intention to apply in the near future for planning permission for a modest housing development in Glenrothes. Together with the two Fife-based housing associations, the Trust wishes to

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