Volunteer as a Kiltie, raise money for Parkinson's UK
In Scotland? Volunteer at a Kiltwalk in 2018 and help find a cure and support everyone affected by Parkinson's.
The Kiltwalk is a series of walking events that brings together thousands of walkers who fundraise for their chosen charity or cause – with the Hunter Foundation boosting the funds participants raise by 40%.
Of course, we'd love it if you could walk 6, 13 or 26 miles in your kilt for Parkinson's UK. But there's another way you can help too – by volunteering to support walkers at the event.
Volunteer to support participants
Could you become a Kiltie? These are volunteers who cheer on people taking part in Kiltwalks, keep their spirits up and help them with any problems on the day.
For every hour you volunteer as a Kiltie for Parkinson's UK, the Hunter Foundation will donate £1.10 to the charity.
You'll gain valuable experience, take on a new challenge and make lots of new friends – all while raising money for Parkinson's UK with every hour you commit.
"We chose your charity as my dad has Parkinson's and I think doing something for a charity that is personal to you gives you a great sense of achievement," says Morag, a Kiltie from last year.
Volunteers are needed for all 4 2018 Kiltwalks in Scotland to support our Parkinson's UK participants, as well as everyone else taking part:
- Glasgow – 29 April 2018
- Aberdeen – 3 June 2018
- Dundee – 19 August 2018
- Edinburgh – 16 September 2018
Become a Kiltie!
Volunteer at your local Kiltwalk and raise money for Parkinson's UK.