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Grab the clan for the return of Scotland’s Kiltwalk

You don’t have to run – or wade through mud – to raise funds for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland

Charities across Scotland are celebrating the return of one of Scotland’s most popular and accessible mass fundraising events this autumn.

After a very successful virtual edition last year – which raised £5 million for over 900 charities – Scotland’s Kiltwalk will be returning to Glasgow on Sunday, 26 September.  

With two routes to choose from – the challenging 16.5-mile Mighty Stride from Glasgow Green to Dumbarton’s Meadow Leisure Centre or the family friendly 3.5 mile-Wee Wander from Glasgow Green to the Riverside Museum – there’s no reason not to grab some tartan and head out with your clan. 

And with Scottish philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter offering to ‘top-up’ all funds raised at the Kiltwalk by a whopping 50% through the Hunter Foundation, there’s no better way to get much-needed funds to the country’s good causes – while also having a great day out.

One of those good causes is Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland. Every penny raised by their Kiltwalk fundraisers will help someone in Scotland live their life to the full after returning home from hospital with a chest, heart or stroke condition. 

Although Kiltwalk places are limited this year, it’s not too late to become a fundraising hero for CHSS. Simply type in the charity’s name during the Kiltwalk registration process to become part of Team CHSS – and benefit from their support, fundraising advice and unbeatable community spirit.

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