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At LinkLiving we strive to constantly evolve and improve our services. These latest news items show how we put this into practice and make it happen.
The RealLiving Older Peoples Service raised over £800 at its Fundraising Fair on Wednesday.
Local Fife band Spliff Richards and the Snapping Turtles will headline LinkLiving Ltd’s fundraising concert at Templehall Community Centre, Kirkcaldy.
LinkLiving Ltd has successfully secured grant funding from the Department for Work and Pensions to run eight employability courses during 2017.
The Step on Fife volunteers are working with Reverend Ron Rye of Whytescauseway Baptist Church in Kirkcaldy to run a Community Cafe!
RealLiving celebrated Diversity week in its cafe’s in Rosyth and Torryburn.
Over the last 24 hours some of our customers may have received emails that impersonated LinkLiving staff.
LinkLiving is looking to appoint new Board Members to help it improve the services it offers
LinkLiving staff were delighted to raise £500 at its fundraising BBQ.
LinkLiving Ltd (part of the Link group of social enterprises) has a number of office spaces available to lease at West Bridge Mill, Kirkcaldy.
LinkLiving is holding a fundraising BBQ on Friday 26 August to help improve the lives of more people