Join us for The Virtual Kiltwalk 2020

“It makes me feel valued as a care experienced member that people are #walkingwithloveforlove with the ambition of a lifetime of equality, respect and love.”

– Jeanette, Who Cares? Scotland Family Member

The Kiltwalk is a unique Scottish charity event, which brings together walkers of all ages and abilities for an unforgettable fun day.

The Kiltwalk as we know it has had to change because of the Coronavirus pandemic but that doesn’t mean we won’t walk with love for love this year.

Over the weekend of 11th – 13th September anyone can walk, skip, hop or jump their way to complete their own challenge to raise money for Who Cares? Scotland.  So whether it’s 10 laps of your garden or a dander along a coastal pathway, get your shoes on, don the tartan and join others like you. You may well be separated by distance but you’ll be together showing love for Care Experienced people across Scotland.

All money raised is topped up by an extra 50% by the Hunter Foundation and this extra funding helps to provide exciting opportunities for our members.

If you are a Care Experienced member of Who Cares? Scotland and would like to take part in the Kiltwalk, we can arrange to pay your registration fee.  Please email fundraising@whocaresscotland.org to find out more.

Interested in walking with us?

We are changing the way we register people, because of the new way we’ll be walking together this year, we ask that you cover your registration costs (£12.80 adults or £6.50 child) directly via The Kiltwalk registration page – Click Here.

Things to remember…

Make sure you click on ‘Choose your own charity or cause’ and type Who Cares? Scotland.

If you need a t-shirt please email us with subject line as Kiltwalk T-shirt

Tag us on your Social Media posts and we will share them @whocaresscot

 

Our fundraising promise
We consider all Who Cares? Scotland supporters as members of our family. Our promise is to always treat you with equality, respect and care. We will not share your personal data with any third party. We are keen to stay in touch with you to let you know what difference your fundraising is making and how the money has been spent – but only if you want us to do so.

With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities, funding partners and donors who make our work possible.