THE work of a Fife mental health charity was given a boost this week with the delivery of a £1,000 donation.

Express Group Fife received the cash from workers at Dunfermline's Amazon fulfilment.

The organisation, which provides mental health support to people living in Fife by running self-help social groups, one to one work and social events like meals and various activities, will use the money for staff training to enhance the provision to service users.

Jamie Strain, General Manager at Amazon in Dunfermline, said: “We are pleased to support Express Group Fife. Mental health is such an important aspect of our lives and Express Group Fife provides a great range of services to support the Fife community.

"We hope that with this donation, the team can continue helping those who need them.”

Gary Guichan, Express Group Fife Service Manager, was delighted with the donation.

"On behalf of our staff and volunteers, we would like to thank Jamie and the team at Amazon in Dunfermline for their support," he said. "Donations like this ensure we can continue supporting the community across Fife and I would urge anyone in need of support to get in contact.”

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