Support Us


Following our announcement of the temporary venue closures, we’ve been heart-warmingly overwhelmed by the messages of support and kind wishes we have received.

Many people know or appreciate that Fife Sports and Leisure Trust is a charitable organisation and we re-invest your payments directly back into the local community, our venues and the services we provide.

We’ve had a number of members kindly offer to continue paying their monthly Direct Debits to help support us and for that, we are eternally grateful.

So, how can you help?

Reinstate your Direct Debit
Customers, if they wish to help, can reinstate their Direct Debit payments during the lockdown and closure period. Please simply click the link below or scroll down and complete the form.

Click here to reinstate your Direct Debit

Donate through Facebook or Givey
You may also make a donation through Facebook or our donation partner This way you can choose the amount that you would like to donate. Just click any of the links below.

Click here to make a donation through Facebook

Click here to make a donation through Facebook





What your donation supports

Over the past ten years, we have delivered a self-funded health and wellbeing programme that supports people living with long-term health conditions such as cancer, dementia, diabetes, COPD and cardiac incidents.

Thanks to a dedicated team of highly-qualified instructors, we deliver 91 health classes a week, with 4,000 participants attending classes to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits experienced by getting active, as well as meeting others who are living with similar conditions to their own.


Forever Young

Jane Robertson, Coaltown of Balgonie

"After a short time, I began to enjoy the class and started to feel better – my health, my mood and motivation improved so much. I began to lose weight which was a real boost and it gave me the confidence to join a weight-loss programme. Active Options 2 has really helped my fitness levels and strength – it’s unbelievable. A week ago I was told by the cardiology team that I no longer need to take medication which was great news."



Chris Leivesley, Lumpinnans

"The diagnosis of Parkinson’s was a complete shock, it literally happened overnight. The instructors for both the classes I attend are fantastic, they are knowledgeable and motivational – I look forward to the classes every week. I feel so much better after the classes, the feel-good factor lasts for a while after. It’s not just the physical benefits I experience, I really like getting out and meeting other people who are experiencing similar issues – it’s a real boost to my morale and emotional wellbeing."


Joyce Kelly, High Valleyfield

"I’ve been coming to the café for around six weeks and love the interaction with others. It’s great that every week we have a different activity to try out - I enjoyed the exercise session and it does make you feel good."



Betty McIvor, Markinch

"I now come along the class once a week. I enjoy the company and I it helps to give me confidence in dealing with everyday life. All the instructors are really cheery and positive and make you feel great about yourself."


Thank you!

Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to continue keeping Fife a healthy and active region, just like we’ve done for over 10 years, so thank you!

Stay safe everyone – we’ll get through this together