supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Your Story, Your Community How did you get through the pandemic and who helped along the way?
Those organisations and people responsible for planning and delivering public services across Fife would like to hear your story about you and your community during the difficult COVID-19 pandemic which struck in March 2020.
We want to learn from your experiences, your suggestions and your hopes for the future so that we can all work better together to make Fife a better place for everybody.
We will share stories and publish them on social media but there will be no way to attribute them to you - this is an entirely anonymous exercise.
We are collecting stories from local people - short stories, long stories, great news, concerns in the face of adversity, uplifting tales of heroism and much, much more - through a tool called Sensemaker. This tool allows us to produce reports, data and insights (we do not collect your personal details) that will directly feed into how services will be designed and delivered in Fife from 2021.
This is a Fife Partnership initiative, led by Fife Voluntary Action, in conjunction with Fife Council, NHS Fife, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership, Fife College, St Andrews University, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Scottish Enterprise, Skills Development Scotland, South East Scotland Transport Partnership, Department of Work and Pensions and representatives from Fife's business community. This project has been developed by Fife's Third Sector Strategy Group and supported by Fairer Fife funding from Fife Council.
• You can submit as many stories as you like;
• You can provide as much or as little information as you want to (just don't put personal details into the story box);
• If you need help to share your story you can contact us on 0800 389 6046;
• For specific enquiries please contact [email protected]