Fundraise Your Way

Events and challenges

Take a look at our events and challenges and sign up today.

There’s a wide selection of fundraising activities to take part in. From family fun runs to challenging obstacle courses - and everything in between - we’re sure there’s something to suit your interest and ability.

We have listed a few examples below to whet your appetite, but you are by no means restricted to these specific events.

PREVENT Dementia Around the World

PREVENT dementia around the world logo
PREVENT Dementia Around the World will see you and your fellow supporters run a combined total of 40,075km, the equivalent of running all the way around the equator of the earth, to fund vital brain health research.

MS Auctions

A great opportunity to get your hands on some amazing deals whilst supporting multiple sclerosis (MS) research at the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic.

The Kiltwalk

Four locations, three distances and all fundraising receives a 40% top up. Will you take part in the Mighty Stride, Big Stroll or Wee Wander to raise money in aid of the cause close to your heart?

Ballater Charitable Chiels Texas Scramble

Spend the day with your golf buddies, amidst breathtaking scenery, whilst playing for the coveted Sandy Barclay Memorial Jug.

Tough Mudder

The toughest and muddiest obstacle course in the world…

Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running

Loch Ness
The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon is quite possibly one of the most stunning marathons in the world. With spectacular scenery and a fantastic atmosphere, you’re sure to have a truly memorable experience.

Zombie 5k - EXCLUSIVE

Participants at the Zombie 5k
Dust off your favourite running shoes and post-apocalypse Zombie outfit for this scarily good fun 5K where you are sure to have a dead good time.

Purple Day 2020

Edinburgh Dental Institute's purple day bake sale
Epilepsy Awareness Day - better known as Purple Day - takes place each year on 26th March and aims to raise awareness of epilepsy. Be part of Purple Day 2020 and raise money in aid of the Muir Maxwell Epilepsy Centre.