New logo, same commitment

Fife Gingerbread staff pictured with the charity's mascot, Gingey, and their new logo. The organisation has changed the logo - which used to say 'an assosiation for one parent families' -  to reflect its wide range of services, and it now reads 'Supporting 'Supporting lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families'
Fife Gingerbread staff pictured with the charity's mascot, Gingey, and their new logo. The organisation has changed the logo - which used to say 'an assosiation for one parent families' - to reflect its wide range of services, and it now reads 'Supporting 'Supporting lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families'
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A Fife charity which has been supporting families across the Kingdom for more than two decades has changed its logo to reflect the wide range of services it now offers.

Fife Gingerbread was originally founded as a charity supporting lone parent families. But, over the past few years, it has grown and evolved in many ways, and can now be recgonised as an organisation which supports ‘lone parent, vulnerable and disadvantaged families’.

Supporting lone parents is still at the core of Fife Gingerbread, and we wanted to make that very clear

Over the last five years, it has worked closely with partners in health, education and social work, as well as other organisations such as Barnardo’s, CARF and Fife Voluntary Action, in order to identify gaps in provision in Fife. In doing so, it has launched a number of new projects such as Making it Work, The Gateway, and Teen Parent Project in order to fill these gaps.

Rhona Cunningham, manager of Fife Gingerbread, said: “Being able to identify gaps in provision and fill them with projects that work is something we are very proud of.

“Supporting lone parents is still at the core of Fife Gingerbread, and we wanted to make that very clear.

“The next challenge will be to make sure these projects continue past their current funding, and possibly start some new ones!”