Throughout 2022

Don your tartan, stretch your legs and join #TeamLeonardCheshire at one of The Kiltwalk’s 2022 events!


Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee or Edinburgh


Throughout 2022
Face painting at Kiltwalk

Join Team Leonard Cheshire

Count down the steps and count up the donations by signing up for one of The Kiltwalks incredible events in 2022. Enjoy the scenic views of Scotland’s wonderous landscape in either Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, or get involved virtually.

Simply pick your distance and claim your free entry by filling out the form below.

What you’ll receive as a Kiltwalk Hero

  • Full, dedicated support from a member of our fundraising team.
  • A free Leonard Cheshire branded t-shirt.
  • Fundraising pack with fundraising tips and sponsor forms.
  • Official thank you letter and certificate from us after the event as a token of our appreciation. 

Got what it takes?

Register your interest to get your free place!

Keep in touch

We’d like to keep you updated about how we support disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose. We’ll let you know how you can support our vision and get involved through fundraising, volunteering and campaigning opportunities.

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Your support matters

We’ve all learned the benefits of activity for mind and body over the past year. Now’s your chance to become a Kiltwalk Hero and support disabled people across Scotland to live, learn, and work as independently as they choose. 

One in five of us will become disabled at some point in our lives. Many will become disabled after an accident, or from a stroke, cancer, or developing conditions like multiple sclerosis or motor neurone disease. These life-changing circumstances can stop people in their tracks. Your Kiltwalk Kindness will make sure they can live a full life again and achieve their dreams. 

50% boost on all your fundraising

There is no fundraising target for participating in The Kiltwalk, but we do ask that you try your best to raise as much as possible. With thanks to Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation, all of your Kiltwalk Kindness will be topped up by an amazing 50%. So, if you raise £100, Leonard Cheshire in Scotland will receive £150!