Volunteers have been urged to step forward to join the teams of people helping the Levenmouth community.
Brag Enterprises has adapted the way it delivers its services to ensure they continue in some form.
Children’s Bookbug sessions provided by Square Start, a joint project with Fife Gingerbread, have continued via live video on Facebook.
Families involved in the project have also been given boxes of food and craft materials and online cookery lessons are delivered by volunteers.
Brag’s Levenmouth Together group has joined forces with the People’s Pantry and are helping get essentials supplies to families, thanks to donations from Lidl, Stuart’s the Bakers, Aldi, Fife Creamery and Fair Share.
Food parcels are also being taken to members of the community who are self-isolating.
Brag managing director Brian Robertson-Fern said: “Now, more than ever before, our communities need those who are fit and able to pitch in and help.
“Brag has been proud to do its bit and the testimony to everyone involved is that no-one is left behind.
“You too can do your bit.
“If you want to get involved within your community, you can connect with a group in your area.
“The scheme is called Helping Hands and is being managed by Fife Voluntary Action.”
Anyone who can help should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 389 6046.
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