Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity
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16 May, 2022
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13 May, 2022
- Mental Health Awareness Week | Top tips to look after your mental health and wellbeing
13 May, 2022
Raise funds in support of Forces Children Scotland and get #50PercentMore added to your fundraising from the Hunter Foundation.
Become a force for good to support children and young people from serving and veteran families overcome unique challenges to education, mental health and wellbeing.
Better still, your fundraising will provide opportunities for children and young people to forge new friendships, develop new skills and grow in confidence through life-changing experiences.
Where can I take part in the Kiltwalk?
Five new dates have been added to the Kiltwalk calendar for 2022, which includes a mix of physical and virtual fundraising options across Scotland.
Glasgow – 24 April
Aberdeen – 29 May
Dundee – 21 August
Edinburgh – 18 September
Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk 07 – 09 October
How do I raise funds in support of Forces Children Scotland?
Get together with friends, family, or work colleagues to start your plan now – our fundraising team is ready to help book places and get you started on Just Giving!
Simply click our ‘Join the team’ button below and we’ll work with you to maximise your fundraising in the lead up and send out your free fundraiser t-shirts.
We understand that you might want to know a little more about our charity before you commit to fundraising. Please view our fundraising e-leaflet for further information.
Your Mind Matters
RCET is creating a bespoke mental health and wellbeing service, for Armed Forces young people across Scotland, and you can help!Find out more