Sign up for the Edinburgh Kiltwalk 2020
The Kiltwalk is back in Edinburgh for 2020 – See all the sights of the Capital on foot and fundraise for Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
13th September 2020
How far do I have to walk?
- The Mighty Stride – 24 miles
- The Big Stroll – 15.5 miles
- The Wee Wander – 5 miles
How much sponsorship do I have to raise?
This year we are asking people to aim to raise £200 for the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. The money will help us with our mission to explore, conserve and explain the world of plants for a better future. We continue to face a climate crisis in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, and now more than ever need your support to carry out our essential work.
What’s more The Kiltwalk have published an open letter in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, stating that they will match 50% of all funds raised on the coming Kiltwalks even if the actual walks are unable to take place – an inspiring message in the face of adversity. You can read more in their official statement: https://www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/news/sir-tom-hunter-announces-that-150-of-all-kiltwalk-fundraising-will-now-go-to-charity
This means for every £1 you raise we receive £1.50!
How to register:
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh have bought 10 places for staff, students, volunteers and the general public to walk for us. This means it is completely free to sign up! You’ll also get an exclusive #Team350th T-shirt to represent us.
If you would like to sign up for one of our remaining places free of charge, you can do so by emailing Ruth Strain at email@example.com. Or fill in the form below:
Thanks to The Hunter Foundation, there will be a 50% match for all funds raised as part of the Kiltwalk.
If you would like to register for the Kiltwalk Edinburgh 2020 using one of our 10 free places, please contact Ruth Strain at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below.
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