2020 Donations

Donations to local Charities by Rotary Club of Kirkcaldy

During the Coronavirus Pandemic we have been unable to hold our usual Charities Evening to highlight the great work done by various charities we support in the Kirkcaldy area. However, President Alice Soper found an innovative way to hand over cheques to some of our beneficiaries.

A total of £9,000 has been donated to the following worthy causes:

Marie Curie

Linton Lane Center


Samaritans Kirkcaldy

Fife Women’s Aid

Kirkcaldy Foodbank

Fife Young Carers

Cottage Family Centre

Salvation Army

Relationships Scotland Couple Counselling Fife

Scotland’s Bravest

MND Scotland  (matched funding raised by Kirkcaldy High School Interact Club)

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