Join us for Kiltwalk 2019

“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.

We’re hoping that 1,000 people will walk with us this year. It means so much to our Care Experienced members to see people demonstrating an act of love by walking for Who Cares? Scotland.  All money raised is topped up by an extra 40% by the Hunter Foundation and helps to provide exciting opportunities for our members.

Interested in walking with us?

Who Cares? Scotland will pay your registration fee and send you one of our Kiltwalk T-Shirts. All we ask is that you ask your friends and family to sponsor you and that you #walkwithloveforlove You can choose between three walk lengths (6, 15 or 26 miles) in four cities:
  • Glasgow: Sunday 28 April
  • Aberdeen: Sunday 2 June
  • Dundee: Sunday 18 August
  • Edinburgh: Sunday 15 September

If you’d like to take part in Kiltwalk 2019, please complete the form below:

Kiltwalk Terms and Conditions Please make sure you download, read, understand and agree with the Kiltwalk Terms and Conditions. You will be able to tick a box stating ‘I have read, understood and agree with the Kiltwalk Terms and Conditions.’ in the Kiltwalk Registration form above. Please note you will not be able to register unless you agree with the Kiltwalk Terms and Conditions. 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 and funding partners, who make our work possible
Who Cares? Scotland Funding Partners