ARE YOUR BOOTS READY TO WALK?
Ready for a new challenge? We are seeking Kiltwalkers who are willing to stride, walk, or even toddle, this year in support of Children’s Health Scotland.
What is the Kiltwalk?
The Kiltwalk is a mass walking event that happens every year to raise funds for Scottish charities and projects. There are different walk lengths, in different cities, on different dates to choose from, including The Mighty Stride (16.5 miles) and The Wee Wander (3.5 miles). The Wee Wander is suitable for children and has wheelchair and pram accessibility – so there really is something for everyone!
The Kiltwalk is the perfect opportunity to improve your own health and wellbeing whilst also raising funds to support the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Scotland. And of course, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
Thanks to the generosity of The Hunter Foundation, all funds you raise will be topped up by a massive 50%. That means if you raise £100, we will receive £150!
Sounds great! How do I sign up?
We have Kiltwalk Promotional Codes, so we will pay for your registration fees. All we ask is that you pledge to raise at least £100 through sponsorship for Children’s Health Scotland to fund our work supporting children and young people with long-term health conditions in Scotland.
KEY DATES 2022
To become part of #TeamCHS, email Esther Bates at email@example.com or give us a ring on 07483 230577.
Using Just Giving to send your donations
The quickest and easiest way to send your donation to us is to use Just Giving. Just Giving is an online fundraising platform that allows to join existing events or create your own to support a cause you care about.
To create a Just Giving page, visit Children’s Health Scotland’s Just Giving page and select “Fundraise for us”. You will then be able to create your own Just Giving page which you can share with everyone you know to encourage them to donate.
Alternatively, if you like to use a sponsorship form which you can print out, you can find our sponsorship form below: