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Food Parcels

Food relief for families and individuals with no need for a referral

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Friendly and confidential, why not join us for a cup of tea or coffee, some warm food and a chat.

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Get access to the internet or use our IT equipment for professional or personal usage.

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The East Neuk Foodbank was established in 2013 to help support residents that were facing a food crisis in the short to medium term. 

We support residents through the provision of:

  • Drop-in facilities for friendly chat & teas and coffees
  • Food parcels to allievate food insecurity
  • Informal advice and signposting to other organisations

The group is managed by a Voluntary Committee, Volunteers and one part time member of staff funded through the Robertson Trust, Awards for All, and Fife Poverty Action funds.

All our work and community engagements with individuals is held in the strictest of confidence.

Foodbank Stats

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Experiencing food insecurity

Latest estimates indicate that more than 24,000 adults in Fife may be experiencing food insecurity.

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Food parcels distributed

In 2016 foodbanks across Fife provided approximately 12,100 food parcels to 22,300 adults and children.

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visit foodbanks

For every one food insecure household that visited a foodbank, there were four that did not. This reflects Canadian research findings that only 20-30% of people who are food insecure visit foodbanks

community services

Supporting individuals and families

Food Parcels

Distributing food parcels to ease household food insecurity


Providing a friendly safe space to chat, seek company, get informal advice, all with a warm cup of tea or coffee or some soup.

IT Facilities

Free access to the internet or to use our computer equipment with support if required.


No, we want to ease the burden of the crisis by ensuring you can get access to our food parcels without any additional barriers. You can drop in to our premises whenever we are open. Our volunteers are here to help you.We can offer informal advice and help signpost you to other organisations that can help you in your time of need.

No, however we can offer informal advice and help signpost you to other organisations that can give you further targeted support.



Absolutely. We do not share data with third parties and promise 100% confidentiality. We are here to provide support and our volunteers are highly trained to give you the support you may need.

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Anstruther Parish Church
School Green
KY10 3HF
Our hours
Noon – 4pm
4pm – 6pm
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