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Registration for 2022’s Kiltwalk is open now. With a choice of dates and locations across Scotland – plus a virtual Kiltwalk you can do from anywhere in the country – there is something for everyone.
Read on to find out how you can fundraise for Changing Faces in this year’s Kiltwalk.
Kiltwalks are walking events for you to fundraise for the Scottish charity of your choice. There are generally several events throughout the year.
You could raise thousands of pounds to help people with visible differences by doing the Kiltwalk for Changing Faces. The Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation matches 50% of donations made up to £5,000, so any amount you raise up to that limit will be topped up by an extra half.
There is a choice of dates and locations, meaning that there is a Kiltwalk within reach of most people in Scotland. There is even a virtual Kiltwalk so you can take part wherever you are. You can choose your own challenge too – walking, running, skipping, trampolining or whatever you like. All you have to do is pop on a bit of tartan and take a photo of yourself for social media!
Two of this year’s five Kiltwalks have already taken place, in Glasgow and Aberdeen. There are three remaining dates in 2022, including a virtual event in October:
- Dundee – 21 August
- Edinburgh – 18 September
- Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk – 7 – 9 October
Grab your walking shoes, dust off your best tartan and fundraise for us. You’ll receive a free Changing Faces T-shirt to wear with pride.
If you want to do the Kiltwalk for Changing Faces, please email [email protected] to let us know: