Seal Dunfermline is a registered charity operating within West Fife from a base in Dunfermline. The project’s roots go back to the late 1970’s when it operated as the Seal Project. It later became an independent charity and was known as the ‘Seal Association’ before achieving SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) status and becoming Seal Dunfermline in 2016.
Seal draws on the skills and talents of a small part-time staff team and local volunteers who give freely of their time. Working together, they focus on building character strengths to help children and young people develop resilience, confidence and self esteem. Groups meet during week day evenings and members take part in structured outcome-based activities delivered within Fife House and in the local community.
The project is supported by Fife Council and local groups and individuals within the West of Fife notably Dunfermline Carnegie Rotary Club whose members, for a number of years, have generously provided Seal with funds and support to undertake different activities, projects and improvements to our premises.
In these pages you can find out more about what we do and how you might support our work.