SupportED - The Linda Tremble Foundation

Charity registered in Scotland SC045002

The Foundation is a small not-for-profit charity that has now set up groups in Fife to help support people with an eating disorder and their families and/or carers. Recovering from an eating disorder can be a long, difficult and onerous journey and SupportED hope that together they can make the path a little bit easier. Their support groups are confidential, informal, friendly and always respect privacy. They are run by trained facilitators and everyone will have a chance to speak if they wish to, or they can just listen.


Current opportunities

SupportedED – The Linda Tremble Foundation needs support group facilitators to help deliver community peer-to-peer support for groups of people affected by an eating disorder. Volunteers are needed for a new monthly group in St Andrews and tasks include: • Preparing for sessions • Allowing space for participants to talk • Asking questions to the group • Signposting when necessary By helping people suffering from an eating disorder and their families to discuss their feelings and concerns you can help them to look towards a more positive future. If you are a caring and empathetic person who can help those attending to feel less isolated, more understood, cared for, listened to and supported, SupportED would value your contribution to the team. Volunteers are part of a supportive, informal and friendly group of fellow volunteers and like-minded people, and all training and support are provided.

SupportedED – The Linda Tremble Foundation needs support group facilitators to help deliver community peer-to-peer support for groups of people affected by an eating disorder. Volunteers are needed for a new monthly group in Kirkcaldy and tasks include: • Preparing for sessions • Allowing space for participants to talk • Asking questions to the group • Signposting when necessary By helping people suffering from an eating disorder and their families to discuss their feelings and concerns you can help them to look towards a more positive future. If you are a caring and empathetic person who can help those attending to feel less isolated, more understood, cared for, listened to and supported, SupportED would value your contribution to the team. Volunteers are part of a supportive, informal and friendly group of fellow volunteers and like-minded people, and all training and support are provided.