The Stroke Association is calling on you to take part in a walking challenge to support the thousands of stroke survivors living with the devastating effects of stroke. The Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 26 September from Glasgow Green at 11am.
Amanda Potter from Greenock said:
“I decided to take part in Kiltwalk this year as it is something I have not yet taken part in when fundraising for a charity. I have previously taken part in the Stroke Association’s Resolution Run in 2019 after my mum had a stroke in August 2018 at only 52 years old. Without the money raised through fundraising, there would have been no treatment for my mum to continue to live her life again.
“I’m super excited to be taking part in Kiltwalk this year with some of my work colleagues and help raise awareness and money for a great cause!”
The walk is open to anyone from Scotland. Participants can take part by undertaking The Mighty Stride of 16.5 miles or the Wee Wander of 3.5 miles.
Andrea Watt, Fundraiser for the North of Scotland said:
“Be a Kiltwalk hero in 2021 and join Team Stroke! All Kiltwalk fundraising for the Stroke Association gets a massive 50% boost from The Hunter Foundation.
So why not take on the challenge as a family or maybe a team effort with your work colleagues? Whatever you want to do! We hope to see you there!
Sign up at www.thekiltwalk.co.uk and select Stroke Association as your chosen charity.