Take a Walk in your Kilt!
This year, Scotland’s celebrated Kilt Walk is now ‘Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk’ – the biggest and best ever Virtual fundraising event in Scotland!
You can take on any Kiltwalk Inspired challenge you wish – go for a walk (of any length), a cycle, jump on a trampoline or even a family scavenger hunt! You decide on your challenge!
The Kiltwalk is a unique way to raise funds for Islamic Relief. You raise 100% for us and The Hunter Foundation adds 50% to your total for Islamic Relief!
A great day outdoors for the family, all whilst raising money for water for life!
The Cause: Yemen Emergency Appeal
After years of intense conflict, Yemen is now struggling with one of the worst humanitarian crises in decades.
Right now, there are more people in need of humanitarian aid in Yemen than there are in any other country in the world.
Out of a population of 30 million, over 24 million people are relying on humanitarian aid to survive, with 13.5 million people (over 40% of the population) at risk of starvation.
With around 75% of the population live below the poverty line, we’re working with communities across Yemen during their hour of need.
We provide people with food, clean water, shelter and essential medical care, as well as preparing communities for disaster and supporting vulnerable children.
slamic Relief empowers people to achieve sustainable livelihoods, supports education and advocates on behalf of those in need. Islamic Relief also sponsors thousands of orphaned children, helping to meet their basic needs and making sure they can go to school.
Operating from our country office in Sana’a, Yemen, we have a team of more than 3,000 staff and volunteers, supporting operations in over 70% of the country.
Working in 17 out of Yemen’s 22 governorates, we serve communities across the whole country, including in hard-to-reach areas.
We’re a lifeline for thousands of families whose lives are impacted every day by the protracted crisis in Yemen, which is especially important given the Covid-19 pandemic, which has made already vulnerable communities at further risk of ill health and even death.