Ceilidhs might be cancelled due to Covid but that won’t get in the way of this year’s Virtual Kiltwalk which will help raise vital funds for The Leanne Fund.
There hasn’t been much opportunity to get Kilts on this year so far but the annual Kiltwalk is due to take place virtually from April 23-25.
Scotland’s biggest virtual event asks participants to take on a challenge – a walk, a run, a cycle, even jumping on a trampoline – and raise funds. Everything raised will also be topped up by 50% by The Hunter Foundation.
Chrisetta Mitchell, Development Manager at The Leanne Fund said: “We are very pleased that people are able to take part in the Kiltwalk and raise funds for The Leanne Fund. It will be a fun event that allows people to dig out some Tartan and get active.
“Covid has meant the cancellation of most of our annual fundraising events and so any funds raised will be very much appreciated.”
The Leanne Fund is the foremost Cystic Fibrosis charity working with individuals and families across the Highlands, Islands, Tayside and Grampian regions of Scotland. It provides vital social, practical, emotional and financial assistance to those with Cystic Fibrosis and their families.
You can sign up here and select The Leanne Fund as your chosen charity.
The Leanne Fund will pay the cost of registration for those who pledge to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.