WALK WITH THE FOUNDATION 2018 : 24 in 12
As Project Manager of DadsWork I again have decided to take up the challenge of walking 24 miles in 12 hours with 6000ft of mountains from Fort William to Glencoe raising funds for 2 fantastic charities.
First is DadsWork (based in East Lothian) who support fathers and their children through a variety of services: It provides dads support groups, positive parenting classes, counselling, dads playgroup, community gardening, workshops on the role of fathers, home visits, summer activity programme, trips and outings for fathers and their children. Secondly West Lothian Youth Foundation who offer courses, whether it be helping those with Mental Health Issues (Fit4Life), providing opportunities for people to achieve in education or work (Kno' the Score) or just be there to listen and chat about football in the past (Reminiscence Group).
Any donation you make will be greatly appreciated and remember to include Gift Aid as every penny raised will make a huge difference to the 2 fantastic charities!
Walk with the Foundation:24in12 2018
Walk with the Foundation:24in12 - 2018
We are delighted to announce that our fundraising challenge is back for 2018. Over the past two years approximately 60 participants have took part in our activity challenge and have helped to raise funds for charity.
With some 6,000 ft. of ascent and some of the most stunning scenery in the world, let alone Scotland, our challengers will complete 24 miles along the West Highland Way in no more than 12 hours.
Our walkers come in all shapes, sizes and ages with the main goals to encourage fitness, work as a team, overcome the challenge and raise funds for charity.
This page allows you to donate directly to our cause or support one of our walkers as we try to meet our target of £10,000.
This years walk will take place on Saturday the 16th of June 2018.
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