WORKERS at Dunfermline's Amazon have tuned into help a Fife LQBTQ+ charity.

The fulfilment centre has handed over a £1,000 donation to Pink Saltire which provides a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community – especially young people – in smaller, more rural areas of Scotland.

The organisation offers many services including training, advice and support.

The donation from Amazon will be used to purchase specialist equipment for its new recording studios which the charity will use to train volunteers to help them produce podcasts and radio shows.

Dunfermline man Stuart Duffy, from Pink Saltire, was delighted with the Amazon support.

"This will make a big difference and ensure more LGBT+ people have the tools to really amplify their voices," he said. "We hope the work at The Hive will continue to inspire people across Fife and beyond, where sometimes its still difficult to be your true self.”

Jamie Strain, General Manager at Amazon in Dunfermline, said: “It is a pleasure to make this donation to such an important organisation. We are pleased to support Pink Saltire as its work makes such a big impact in Kirkcaldy and beyond.”

Chris Graham, an employee at Amazon in Dunfermline who nominated the charity for support, added: “Some of my close friends have been supported by Pink Saltire and I think it’s great that Amazon can boost the charity with this donation.”

The donation to Pink Saltire was made as part of Amazon’s programme to support the communities around its operating locations across the UK.