Festive Food Appeal
One in four families in Fife live in poverty and choose between heating their homes and feeding their family. Pressure on foodbanks is always high, but demand at Christmas time can put supplies under even greater pressure and cause even more stress for families at a time of year which many, more fortune families, take for granted.
This year, Kingdom FM’s Festive Food Appeal aims to change that.
Our goal this Christmas is to fill Fife’s food banks, but we need your help.
We’ve teamed up with Port of Rosyth, Forth Ports Scotland to distribute food collection boxes across Fife and, with your generous donations, we’ll make sure there’s food on the plates of Fifer’s this festive season.
You can drop off your donations of new, unopened, non-perishable food items, baby products and toiletries at any of our collection points at:
- The Kingdom Shopping Centre, Glenrothes…
- The Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Dunfermline…
- The Mercat Shopping Centre, Kirkcaldy…
- Spar Leven...
- Simply Local, Dalgety Bay...
- The Scottish Deer Centre in Cupar..
- Jenny Gilruth Constituency Office Markinch...
We’ll also gratefully accept donations of kids clothing and toiletries but please ensure that all of your donations are unopened and sealed.
We’ll work with local foodbanks throughout the Appeal who will distribute to the families in need this Christmas.
Kingdom FM’s Festive Food Appeal supported Port of Rosyth, Forth Ports Scotland
Items we don’t accept - Bottles of water*, opened/used or out of date items, fresh/frozen foods, and alcohol. *Although water is essential, alongside food parcels it becomes too heavy for clients to carry, and we are frequently left with an excessive amount of bottled water.
If you can't make it to one of the Kingdom FM Drop Off Points check out a full list below of the additional drop off points.
Additional Foodbank Drop Off Points
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