Exercise Chill Pill

13 - 14 August 2022
B818, Denny FK6 5JL

Reconnect with nature, learn life skills and embrace your primal instinct. Come and learn how to thrive outdoors in a safe and enjoyable environment lead by highly experienced instructors at Primal Bushcraft. Get to spend a night camping, be that under a tarp or a shelter you have built together. Pull up a sandbag, sit round the fire and let the banter begin. What You’ll Need - Comfortable outdoor clothing
, Outdoor footwear
. Waterproof coat, Day sack
, Sleeping bag, Mug, KFS, Plate and Tent (optional). Fancy it?  Visit our Facebook Event to book your place.

Edinburgh Kiltwalk 2022

Sunday 18th September 2022
Edinburgh

Kiltwalk will return to Edinburgh on Sunday 18th September 2022!

Why not support the living by fundraising for Who Dares Cares, the minimum pledge is £100.00. We’ll pay for your registration fee and provide you with a Who Dares Cares Kiltwalk T-Shirt after you've rasied £25.00 on your Kiltwalk Just Giving Page.

You have three walking distances to pick from, the Mighty Stride (24 miles), Big Stroll (14.6 miles) or the Wee Wander (approx. 3.5 -4.5 miles). Exact route locations and distances will be available soon on this page. 

One of our co-founders Colin Maclachlan former 22 SAS will be walking the Big Stroll with a Troop, why not join them? Every single penny raised for Who Dares Cares, will be topped up by a HUGE 50%* thanks to the generosity of Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation. That means if you raise £100 for Who Dares Cares, we'll receive £150!

Route start locations are still to be confirmed but we will keep you posted on this page, on social media and via email. Please read the Kiltwalk Terms and Conditions and be the first to know by completing our Kiltwalk Application Form and emailing it to wdc@who-dares-cares.com to receive your registration code.

Virtual Tab for Remembrance Challenge 2022

6th October 2022 - 6th November 2022
Virtual Tab for Remembrance Challenge 2022

Walkerburn and The Great War 1914-18

Walkerburn had the highest casualty rate, as a proportion of its population, of any community in Scotland. In 1920 the War Memorial was built by public subscription. In 1997 the statue was stolen, perhaps to order, and another fund raising effort was made to replace it. Enough money was raised for a full size figure. The new statue was unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal 20th September 1999.

Run, Walk, Swim or Cycle a 100 miles whilst fundraising for Who Dares Cares during October 2022 followed by joining the Who Dares Cares Board Members for their Annual Tab for Remembrance 6th November 2022 at Walkburn. We'll hold a short Remembrance and 2 minutes silence at the Walkerburn War Memorial to Remember the Fallen followed by a short Walk, Talk and Brew. 

A Who Dares Cares Tab for Remembrance T-Shirt will be provided on registration and a Who Dares Cares Coin will be awarded to all participants on completion of the challenge at the Annual Tab for Remembrance. If you're interested in taking part on the Virtual Tab for Remembrance Challenge 2022, please drop us an email wdc@who-dares-cares.com

Minimum fundraising is set at £150.00, registration opens 1st September 2022.

Glasgow Kiltwalk 2023

Sunday 30th April 2023
Glasgow

Who Dares Cares Glasgow Kiltwalkers rasied a total of £7,207.41 on Sunday 24th April 2022!  This fundraising will go along way in supporting our Armed Forces, Emergency Services and Veterans including their Families and Dependants who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

If you're interested in supporting our Armed Forces and Emergency Services Communities, why not take on the Glasgow Kiltwalk for Who Dares Cares in 2023?

Please drop us an email wdc@who-dares-cares.com  to register your place.

West Highland Way 2023

3rd - 10th June 2023
West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is a linear long-distance route in Scotland. It is 154 km long, running from Milngavie north of Glasgow to Fort William. The event represents a unique training opportunity for Who Dares Cares to support our Armed Forces, Emergency Services and Veterans including their Families and Dependants who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to undertake a demanding but enjoyable week in the Scottish Highlands. The demanding terrain on the West Highland Way combined with the weather will make the event a thoroughly enjoyable experience for all involved. 

If you're interested in taking part on The Who Dares Cares West Highland Way 2023 event please drop us an email wdc@who-dares-cares.com.
 
Minimum fundraising amount is £400.00 via our Just Giving Page.
 
You can walk the West Highland Way or join our administration team for the event.

Our motto “Who Dares Cares” means this...

We dare you to care, become active in our charity work, support our activities, take part and raise funds to help our future activities.