​GIVING 

North East Fife Community Hub Giving
You can contribute in many ways! Here is how:
Financially: to run the Café and Clothesbank we rely on donations from individuals, charitable trusts and funds from other organisations such as Fife Council and our local Community Council. If you would like to support us in this way please contact us on nefcommunityhub@gmail.com or send a cheque made payable to North East Fife Community Hub to our office address at North East Fife Community Hub, St Davids Centre Albany Park, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8BP.

Don’t forget to claim gift aid – this means an extra 25% of your donation can be added at no cost to you!

Gift aid form
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By donating your time: currently the Community Hub and Cafe runs with only 2 paid members of staff, everyone else you see working and contributing are volunteers from the Board of Directors to the folk who serve the tea and make the cakes! There are many ways you could become involved - please contact us for more details on 07875085410 or by email at nefcommunityhub@gmail.com
By donating food: our Community Cafe is open. We can only do this thanks to the generosity of local businesses who donate end of day stock and help us to cater for any special events we hold such as Open Days and Christmas Lunches. As well as this we have volunteers who bake and make soup and who go to collect the food donations from local stores. If you would like to donate in this way please use the contact details above to get in touch.
The local stores who currently make regular donations are:
Pret a Manger
Morrisons
Marks and Spencer
Aldi
 
We’ve registered North East Fife Community Hub with #easyfundraising, which means over 4,000 shops and sites will now donate to us for FREE every time you use #easyfundraising to shop with them.

These donations will help SO MUCH, so please sign up to support us – it’s completely FREE and doesn’t take long.

North East Fife Community Hub Easyfundraising

 

Thank you for your support. By choosing to make a donation, you’ll be making a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people and vulnerable adults.