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£100,000 funding boost for Fife's biggest anti-poverty project in decades

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The Big Hoose Project has received a cash boost from The Robertson Trust. In the last seven months, the project has helped more than 30,000 families across the Kingdom. The project works in partnership with around 500 charities and organisations, including Nourish Support Centre, Fife Gingerbread and Fife Women's Aid.
1 month ago·Fife, United Kingdom

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