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  • Dunfermline charity Tartan Talkers awarded 3,000 GoFibre fund

    Created: 01/12/2023
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance
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    Dunfermline-based charity Tartan Talkers has been awarded £3,000 from GoFibre's Go Further Fund. 

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    The funding will help with vital running costs for the charity which was set up by Jackie Walls when she lost her nephew, Scott Taylor, to suicide last year. 

    The charity offers support to vulnerable people in isolation. 

    Tartan Talkers is a volunteer-led charity which is reliant on fundraising events and one-off donations. The funding from GoFibre will help cover operational costs, including rent and utilities, ensuring the charity can continue its vital work. 

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