Key Funding and Support Partners DSF has many key funding partners whose support has been critical to our success.
In particular; • Spirit of 2012 (GOGA in Fife) • Scottish Disability Sport • Order of St John in Fife • the Association of Fife Rotary Clubs • Margaret Pullar (Bill Pullar Bursary) • the Russell Hogg Trust • the Scottish FA • Kilrymont St Andrews Rotary Club We also have strong links with Fife schools and the Active Schools Network.
The nursery has three rooms, the Rainbow Room, Sunflower Room and Butterfly Room, which currently accommodate up to 132 children daily.
Key Impact Areas • Increasing and sustaining weekly sports sessions - engagement and participation • Identifying, inspiring, supporting and retaining members of all levels of ability - engagement and participation • Providing quality education, coaching and volunteering opportunities - learning • Supporting performance Para athletes to realise their ambitions through sport - performance • Accessing different communication platforms to inform, engage and celebrate - communication • Promoting strong governance principles - governance • Using the principles of Get Out Get Active in Fife, supported by Spirit of 2012, to encourage inactive people to be active as often as possible - active recreation Success on the International Stage DSF athlete members have been successful in European Championships, World Championships and Paralympic Games all over the world.
Since 1977 we have supported 25 DSF members to become GB Paralympians.
• SDS Lawn Bowls Championships Aberdeen • DSF Lawn Bowls Championships Beveridge Park • Scottish Junior Track and Field Championships - Grangemouth • DSF Cross Country Championships • SDS Cross Country Championships • DSF Boccia Results • Fife Basketball and Netball results • Fife Badminton Championships • Scottish Badminton Championships • DSF Indoor Bowls Championships, Aberhill • DSF Track and Field Championships Pitreavie Athletics Centre • Scottish Senior Championships for physically disabled and sensory impaired swimmers • Fife Archery Championships • Fife Football and Unihoc Championships • East Cross Country Series 3 Beveridge Park Fife • DSF Swimming Championships Glenrothes Disability Sport Fife has supported 25 members to become GB Summer or Winter Paralympians since the movement was formed in 1977.
DSF athlete members have been enormously successful in European, World Championships plus Paralympic Games.
DSF athlete members and coaches have represented GB at every Paralympic Games since 1984 DSF as established a Fife Hall of Fame to celebrate the achievements of great athletes and players from Fife.
Six DSF members were among the first 20 Scots inducted into the Scottish Disability Sport Hall of Fame in 2012.
Since its formation we have worked closely with Health and Social Care in Fife and a significant number of Fife Sports Clubs.
DSF considers the Sports Councils in East, Central and West Fife as key partners.
DSF has a Service Level Agreement with Fife Sports and Leisure Trust and works in partnership with Active Fife.