Crossroads Fife is an independent charity formed in January 2001 from the merger of other schemes in Fife which were around since 1980. However, the original idea to support individuals and their carers arose from ‘Crossroads’ (1972 TV soap) which portrayed Sandy Richardson’s paralysis after his accident and the dramatic impact on his family and carers.
Crossroads Befriending Service provides Volunteer Befrienders to support vulnerable adults, affected by illness or disability, who are isolated and lonely.
Our Volunteer Befrienders are carefully selected and trained to support people living in North East Fife, Central Fife and Levenmouth. Volunteer Befrienders offer opportunities for regular interaction with a phone call, home visit or support to a local activity. Having someone to talk and laugh with makes all the difference in keeping connected and continuing to enjoy life.
If you could benefit from a Volunteer Befriender’s support, please contact Marie Lindsey, Coordinator by phone 01592 630253 or email email@example.com
If you would like to make a donation to Crossroads Fife please phone 01592 610540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for volunteers
Crossroads Befriending Service provides Volunteer Befrienders to support vulnerable adults, affected by illness or disability, who are socially isolated and lonely, which further negatively impacts on their physical and mental health
Can you help transform someone’s life, simply by volunteering just a couple of hours per week? If you would like to offer your time to support people living in North East Fife, Central Fife and Levenmouth, we would love to hear from you.
You can make a massive difference to help people remain socially included and continue to enjoy life and also help improve their confidence and well-being.
As a good communicator, you can share and encourage stories, interests, have a laugh and enjoy each other’s company over the phone, in the person’s home or in their local community.
As an excellent listener, you can provide much needed emotional support and be able to direct them to other sources of valuable information and support.
As a great companion, you can accompany people by car, bus or Ring and Ride to visit their local café, group, event or appointment.
Through your gift of volunteering, you can meet new friends, learn new skills, gain valuable experience and improve your chances of pursuing education or employment.
If you would like to be part of something worthwhile that has such a positive impact on yourself and others, please contact Marie Lindsey, Coordinator by phone 01592 630253 or email email@example.com or visit our website www.crossroadsfifecentral.org
If you would like to make a donation to Crossroads Fife, please phone 01592 610540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org