Walk with us! Join our team of staff and volunteers and take on the Glasgow Kiltwalk!
The Kiltwalk is one of the biggest charity events in the country and offers different walking route options suitable for all ages and abilities:
You’ll be greeted at the finish line with a well-earned drink, a hot meal and live music found at the Kiltwalk Village.
Thanks to Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation each Kiltwalker’s fundraising receives an extra 40% donation*. So if you raise £100 for LGBT Youth Scotland, we will receive £140!
Sign up now and select LGBT Youth Scotland as your chosen charity: www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/glasgow
When signing up you have an option to create your own team or join an existing team. You are welcome to join our team of staff, volunteers and friends - just search for 'LGBT Youth Scotland Rainbow Strollers'.
Let us know once you have signed up and we will provide you with our fundraising pack including a LGBT Youth Scotland t-shirt, just fill in your details here:
Event Participation Age restrictions:
26 mile Mighty Stride – Restricted to participants aged 13 and above
15 mile Big Stroll – Restricted to participants aged 10 and above
6 mile Wee Wander – Restricted to participants aged 5 and above
Any person under the age of 16 wishing to participate in the event must be accompanied by an adult and obtain the written consent of their parent or legal guardian in the form provided by the Kiltwalk for participation in the event and provide the Kiltwalk with a copy of such consent along with their registration form.
*Please note the extra 40% is subject to deadline and up to a limit of £5,000, please see the Kiltwalk website for more.
Mighty Stride: £31.69 per adult/child | Big Stroll: £31.69 per adult/child | Wee Wander: £12.80 per adult, £6.50 per child | Free for under fives
Are you LGBT+? Aged 13-25? Care experienced*? This event is for you!
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