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The Kiltwalk

The Kiltwalk

Walk for us at a Kiltwalk event in 2021

Not all Heroes Wear Capes… some wear Kilts!

Whether you want to tackle a fun, virtual challenge or take part in a classic Kiltwalk event, walk this way and help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live their lives to the full.

The Kiltwalk Glasgow

Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk

23rd – 25th April

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The Kiltwalk Aberdeen

Scotland’s Live Kiltwalk 2021

26th September

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Scotland’s Kiltwalk (Glasgow)

26th September

Grab your tartan and step out this September at Scotland’s Kiltwalk in Glasgow. Every step you take will be helping someone in Scotland live their life to the full after they return home from hospital with a chest, heart or stroke condition.

Choose from the challenging Mighty Stride (26 miles), the half-marathon Big Stroll (13 miles) or the family-friendly Wee Wander (6/8 miles) and walk with us this September.

Be a fundraising superhero and encourage your friends, family and colleagues to join you for an epic Kiltwalk adventure! This event will adhere to the latest Scottish Government guidance at the time of the event.

Registration is not open yet but get in touch with us and we will let you know as soon as it opens.

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Boost your fundraising by 50% for free!

Fundraising is optional, but thanks to the generosity of the Hunter Foundation, every pound you raise will be boosted by 50% (so if you raise £100 the Hunter Foundation will boost this to £150 with no extra effort from you!)

To qualify for this boost you must set up your online fundraising page during the Kiltwalk registration process; they will provide you with a link when you register.

The immense effort and support of our fundraising heroes means that we can provide a lifeline for those people in Scotland who are isolated, scared or anxious about their condition. Your time, commitment and donations help us to reach more people every day.

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The Kiltwalk

Type in Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland when asked during the Kiltwalk registration process which charity you wish to support.

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For any more information or help with fundraising.

Contact Andrea – 0791 808 1492 – andrea.mcintyre@chss.org.uk

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