As part of the Whole Family Wellbeing developments progressing in Fife, the Co-production grant funding is open to existing third sector providers in children’s services in Fife. The co-production initiative aims to support engagement to help shape a better understanding of current family support service experiences, what needs to improve and how change can be facilitated by working together.
The National Principles for Holistic Whole Family Support states that children and families should be at the centre of service design and delivery. The funding will help to create the conditions where the views and experiences of children and families are central to future planning, design, and commissioning of services in Fife so that in turn children and families in Fife experience better outcomes and are able to thrive.
This project will co-produce recommendations for system transformation and funding of future services in Fife within the context of key legislation and policy drivers including the Children and Young People (Scotland Act) 2014, Getting it Right for Every Child, The Promise and Whole Family Wellbeing.
We are seeking applications from third sector organisations who have experience in supporting engagement with children and families and are committed to an open, transparent, and collaborative approach to a whole systems review of children's services in Fife.
Who can apply
This grant is open to existing third sector providers of children's services in Fife.