Pick A Charity

You can fundraise for any charity in Scotland with the Kiltwalk. If you’re not sure who to walk for, check out some examples of charities who need your support.

Sir Tom and Lucy Abbeels, who was supporting SBH Scotland at Kiltwalk Edinburgh 2017.
Sir Tom and Lucy Abbeels, who was supporting SBH Scotland at Kiltwalk Edinburgh 2017.

Our Official Grant Making Partners

If you choose to walk for a charity of your choice, every penny you raise will go straight to them, helping those who need it most. If you choose to walk for the Kiltwalk, every penny you raise will be donated to the STV Children’s Appeal, who will distribute it to projects helping children all over Scotland.

Picking your charity

There are thousands of incredible charities and local causes in Scotland so selecting your chosen charity is no easy task! Here are some useful links to help you make the your choice.

You can raise for:

  • The Kiltwalk – If you choose to walk for the Kiltwalk, every penny you raise will be donated to the STV Children’s Appeal, who will distribute it to projects helping children all over Scotland.
  • Any OSCR registered charity – Browse through the registered charity lists on the OSCR website.
  • Trusts or local causes – We want to support the wide variety of local causes and fundraising projects in Scotland and appreciate that they are not always registered charities. Don’t see the cause you want to raise for on our registration? Submit your charity request here.

Looking for inspiration?

Take a look at some of our charity case studies showing how taking Big Steps can change lives:

  • Lucy took Big Steps for ENABLE in 2016. ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic charity founded in 1954 by the parents of children who had learning disabilities in order to ensure that people with learning disabilities have the same choices and opportunities in life as everyone else.
  • James and Kate walked for SBH Scotland in 2016. Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland employ specialist staff who work across Scotland to provide information, support and projects to those affected by Spina bifida, Hydrocephalus and allied conditions.
  • Team Aidan take Big Steps for CHAS. CHAS provides vital hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. CHAS offer care for the whole family in their two children’s hospices, Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch.