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Want to fundraise in Scotland? Taking part in the Kiltwalk is a fantastic way to raise money and support people living with a visible difference.

Registration for 2024’s Kiltwalk is open now, with a choice of dates and locations across Scotland.

Read on to find out how you can fundraise for Changing Faces in this year’s Kiltwalk.

From the start, the atmosphere was electric. People were cheering us on for miles around. Train drivers were sounding their horns, cars were beeping us on, and little children would stop and clap. Along the way, there were two choirs singing – the Macmillan choir and a local rock choir.

Monica, Changing Faces trustee, who completed a Kiltwalk

About the 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.

A team picture featuring Monica.Monica's team all wearing tartan berets and Changing Faces t shirts. A netball is being carrier and it's a beautiful sunny day.

Monica and her netball team, after completing the 22.7-mile walk.

There is a choice of dates and locations, meaning that there is a Kiltwalk within reach of many people across Scotland.

There are four Kiltwalk dates taking place in 2024:

  • Glasgow on 28 April
  • Aberdeen on 2 June
  • Dundee on 11 August
  • Edinburgh on 15 September

Fundraise for Changing Faces

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:

Email our fundraising team

Monica and a few of her teammates on a practice hike. They're surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Check out Monica's story for inspiration

The atmosphere was "electric" when Monica completed the Kiltwalk for Changing Faces in April. In this story, she shares the highs, the lows and some top tips for anyone thinking about completing the challenge.

Read Monica's Kiltwalk adventure

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