We held our 2021-22 AGM last month at Crosshill
Speaking of the unprecedented year Brag’s Managing Director Brian Robertson-Fern said; “Our staff and volunteers all stepped up and acted as a springboard to stability and opportunity for those we supported, and we are pleased that we have helped create real social impact in the communities we serve”.
Discussed was the impact from the various projects that BRAG have delivered over the financial year, here are just a few highlights:
Employability – 376 young people were supported in their journey into work and 179 adults were also moved into a job. We also supported 45 families living with barriers in their journey to employment. Over the year 6656 people received pantry produce from our Pantry@BRAG. with the pantry also diverting over 11,857kg of food from landfill.
Our business space in Crosshill and Methil hit 100% capacity as we moved to create new affordable letting space at both our sites where we now house over 50 small businesses. Our biggest achievement was in the opening of the new Together Hub in Leven with all three sites benefiting from new solar panels and other energy efficiency measures
As with all charities, volunteers are the backbone of BRAG with the pantry@brag alone registering 32 volunteers and clocking up 6656 volunteer hours over the year. If you too would like to volunteer for any of Brag’s projects in Levenmouth or Benarty e mail [email protected]
The Annual Report is now available to BRAG Annual report 2021 to 2022