Take Part in Kilts for Kids Day 2011
Tuesday 1 November 2011
Kilts for Kids Day 2011 is fast approaching and we want to find out what you are going to be doing to celebrate all things Scottish on our national day and how you are raising money for Scotland’s vulnerable children and families.
If you’re still wondering how to get involved, let us tell you about some of the fab folk who have already told us what they’re up to this year – maybe they’ll be able to provide some inspiration. You can also visit the gallery on the Kilts for Kids Day website.
In Glasgow, Giffnock Primary School is holding a ‘Strictly Come Scottish’ dance competition, with the children taking part in two categories: traditional Scottish dancing and modern with a Scottish twist. We can’t wait to hear all about their moves!
The Bayview Social Club in Methil is holding a Tartan Karaoke night for the fourth year running. Everyone will be expected to wear tartan and sing a Scottish song, and those that don’t will be fined. They hope to raise £400.
And in Fraserburgh, Tracey Duthie and two pals are going to do a sponsored swim for two hours, and follow it up with a well deserved pamper party. Well done girls!
There are lots of ways to get in touch with us to let us know how you’ll be celebrating Kilts for Kids Day. You can call our team on 0845 10 80 111 or email email@example.com. Or join us on Facebook where you can post on our wall and keep up-to-date with all of the Kilts for Kids Day news.
If you can’t organise an event yourself, but you would still like to support Kilts for Kids Day, then you a make a donation via our website or by texting CHLD00 followed by the amount to 70070.
Whatever you do, when you raise money for Kilts for Kids Day, you’re helping to change lives right here in Scotland.
A normal childhood for some children may be sacrificed as they have to take on a caring role within the home looking after a sick or disabled parent. Just £20 provides games and music for young carers to simply have fun.
Thanks for your support. You really will make a difference.
Last updated: Thursday 10 May 2012