Our WholeHearted £1500 monthly donation to local good causes.

Fife Creamery wants to give back to local communities throughout the country. And to do this, we will be donating £1500 every month by selecting, at random, one good cause nominated by one of our customers. To borrow from elsewhere, ‘it could be you!’

We will be totally guided by you on how you would like to utilise this opportunity. You can decide yourself to nominate a local cause already close to your heart that you would like us to support.
We would welcome your nomination.
Or you can open the nominations up to your own customers and/or staff to get them involved in this great community inspired opportunity. We are sure your own customers would be delighted to be given this opportunity to support local and deserving causes.
If you decide to involve your regular and loyal customers and invite them to nominate, then we will keep the process very simple and use Social Media as the main point of involvement and participation. Hopefully, you can use your own Social Media presence to spread the word and encourage your followers to ‘get involved’.
We believe this will encourage maximum engagement and hopefully nominations and of course your own Business’s involvement within the community, while minimizing any disruption to your day to day business!
We will provide you with (if you want it) some printed and digital material to help promote this worthy initiative and all we ask is that you prominently display it/share it for maximum exposure and engagement.

All the groups and causes we're proud to support

Image - L to R Suzanne Johnston (Fife Creamery), Dan Brown, (Pinkie Farm Convenience Store) and Richie Roncero (Steps to Hope)
February 2024

Steps to Hope

Pinkie Farm Convenience Store

Steps to Hope, a local charity based in Edinburgh, dedicated to helping those who are homeless and providing help to those suffering with addiction were the grateful recipients of our donation of £1500.

Steps to Hope were nominated by customers of Pinkie Farm Convenience Store in Musselburgh, Dan Brown, Managing Director of Pinkie Farms said: We were delighted with the response from our customers to the Fife Creamery Community Engagement Programme as they nominated some great local causes and we couldn’t be happier to see the donation go to Steps to Hope.”

Richie Roncero, Founder and Director of Steps to Hope, who after battling addiction and homelessness himself, was able to turn his life around and founded Steps To Hope. Richie said, “We are absolutely delighted to receive this donation from Fife Creamery as it will make a massive difference towards getting Hope House re-opened.”  Richie has just recently completed an eight-week challenge sleeping rough across eight different cities in the UK to help raise enough funds to complete the renovation of their newly purchased ten-bedroom property, Hope House.



Image - L to R David Elder (Fife Creamery), Trish McManus, Volunteer (Buchan Giving Tree) and Gary Haigh (Peterhead Motors)
January 2024

Buchan Giving Tree

Peterhead Motors

Buchan Giving Tree, founded by Shona Watson 20 years ago provides home furnishing,food, clothes, and basic household equipment for those who are struggling in the Peterhead area. Shona said, “We are delighted to have received £1500 from Fife Creamery as a donation to the Buchan Giving Tree.  This was granted to us through the nomination of Garry at Peterhead Motors, we can't thank him enough for putting us forward for this.  The funds will help us continue our work in Peterhead to provide for others who are experiencing financial difficulties, fund more activity days and provide school clothing again this year.


David Miller of Fife Creamery presenting the cheque to Yvonne Walker, (Acting)Headteacher at Kilchuimen Academy
November 2023

Kilchuimen Academy

Cobbs Cafe, Fort Augustus

Thanks to the generous donation by Fife Creamery we will be able to make this dream of creating our own enterprise "Café" a reality. We are delighted to be moving this exciting project forward. This will give our young people the skills and qualifications to help prepare them for future employment. Thank you to Fife Creamery for their financial support in making this project sustainable” said Yvonne Walker, (Acting)Headteacher at Kilchuimen Academy.

Image - Keiran Gillan of Fife Creamery presents the ‘cheque’ to theArdrossan Whitlees Community Centre team alongside Lorraine Nixon of Keystore Ardrossan
August 2023

Ardrossan Whitlees Community Centre

Keystore on Ashgrove Road, Ardrossan

Ardrossan Whitlees Community Centre in Carrick Place, Ardrossan is an active hub of the community and a lifeline to many. Julie Gray, Centre Co-ordinator said: A massive thank you to Fife Creamery for this generous donation which will really make a big difference. Also, thanks to Lorraine and her staff at Keystore Ardrossan who are always helping the Centre and the Larder. I’d also like to thank the wider community who got behind us and nominated us.

Here's Fife Creamery's Graeme Renton handing over the 'cheque' to Jackie Cameron, Community Connexions Senior Practitioner
September 2023

Fife Dementia Resource Centre

Nisa Overton Road, Kirkcaldy

Alzheimer Scotland’s Fife Dementia Resource Centre helps many local people deal with the challenges thrown up by a Dementia diagnosis. Jackie Cameron, Community Connexions Senior Practitioner said: ’First of all, it means such a lot to be selected.and to be brought to the attention of the community, so many more families will be affected by the disease over the next 10 to 20 years, and all donations such as this from Fife Creamery, really help us to reach out to these ever increasing numbers.”

Image - L to R Nicola Kelly of WWAC, Tony Rodgers Fife Creamery presenting the ‘cheque’ and Norman Hall of Wm Fraser Butcher
October 2023

Wigtownshire Women and Cancer

Wm Frasers, Stranraer

Nicola Kelly Co-founder and Volunteer Co-ordinator of WWAC says, “We are overjoyed to have received this generous donation from Fife Creamery. We would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Wm Frasers Butcher, as well as a huge thank you to Annabelle Webster of Westview Holiday Cottage for initially nominating us. We at WWAC are always grateful to receive all donations and recognition from our local businesses and organisations, we are overwhelmed that knowledge of ou community group is now reaching regions out-with Wigtownshire. We will be able to use this donation to further support people affected by cancer in Wigtownshire, and give back to this wonderful community.

Terms & Conditions

  • The promotion is open to customers of Fife Creamery and residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over except employees of Fife Creamery Ltd and their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation of the promotion.
  • There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this promotion.
    By entering this promotion, a nominee is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions. Route to entry for the promotion and details of how to enter are via www.fifecreamery.co.uk
  • Closing date for entry and nominations will be the last day of each calendar month. After this date all entries to the promotion will be permitted but carried forward into the following calendar month’s promotional period. No responsibility can be accepted for entries and nominations not received for whatever reason.
  • The rules of the promotion and how to enter are as follows:
    Nominations for qualifying good causes and local charities can be lodged on any of Fife Creamery Ltd’s social media platforms. These will be collated on the last day of each calendar month by Fife Creamery Ltd and one nominated charity or good cause will receive £1500.00 donated by Fife Creamery Ltd.
  • The promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the promotion and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God, or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of the promoter’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the promoter.
  • The promoter is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.The promoter is: Fife Creamery Ltd whose registered office is at Randolph Place, Randolph Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy KY1 2YX.
  • The cash donation is as stated and no other cash or other alternatives will be offered. The cash donations are not transferable.
  • Winners will be chosen from all entries and nominations received and verified by Promoter and or its agents.
  • The recipient of the donation will be notified by email and/or DM on Twitter/Facebook and/or letter within 28 days of each closing date. The recipient will only ever be contacted by Fife Creamery Ltd or their nominated agent. If the recipient cannot be contacted or does not claim the cash donation within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the donation from the recipient and pick a replacement recipient.
  • The promoter will notify the recipient when and where the cash donation will be made.
  • The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the promotion will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • By entering this promotion, an entrant or nominee is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  • The promotion and these terms and conditions will be governed by Scottish law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Scotland.
  • The recipient agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Any personal data relating to the recipient, or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.
  • The recipients’ name will be available 28 days after the closing date by emailing the following address: info@fifecreamery.co.uk
    Entry into the promotion will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.