Membership of Fife Rights Forum is open to voluntary, statutory or other eligible agencies holding similar values that deliver free, confidential information, advice, advocacy and/or representation to individuals or groups in Fife.
Benefits of Forum membership include:
Whilst members may work in a variety of settings including money advice, employability, housing advice, mediation, domestic abuse and health and community care, all members of Fife Rights Forum are committed to:
To encourage a wide range of participation from across the advice, rights and financial sector, there are three types of membership.
If you are interested in applying to become a member of Fife Rights Forum please send a completed copy of the Fife Rights Forum Member Statement and Fife Rights Forum New Member Application form to the FRF Co-ordinator.
There is no charge to become a member of Fife Rights Forum.
Please note: The Member Statement and Member Application Form is for membership to Fife Rights Forum. If you are interested in signing up to the Fife Online Referral Tracking (FORT) system please click here.