BRAG Enterprises have now registered the charity for the #kiltwalk2021 and our Managing Director Brian Robertson-Fern is planning to lead by example. Brian and his family will now be completing the final part of Fife Pilgrim’s Way for their own #virtualkiltwalk on the 23rd and 24th April. This 64 mile long path takes the walker on a journey through history as it winds its way through the ancient Kingdom. As the name suggests, this pathway reflects upon the days when Fife was the one the many religious destinations within Scotland for pilgrims between the 11th to 16th centuries with starting points in both Culross and North Queensferry.
Brian and his family have done both starting points and now hope to finish the walk in St Andrews by the 24th and will be supporting the pantry@brag with their fundraising goal. The pantry@brag is a food waste reduction project based at BRAG that distributes affordable food to people within the Benarty area of Fife and it normally distributes around 900 meals a week.
If you would like to help him reach his target then please click here to donate. Any donation large or small or even just an encouraging comment will be greatly appreciated.
Alternatively you could consider doing your own virtual challenge to raise money for BRAG and its projects. You can register here. When registering you can then nominate Brag Enterprises as you chosen charity. Kiltwalkers can raise funds for any Scottish charity of their choice and thanks to the generosity of Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation, all funds raised are then topped up by 50%. Every penny raised then goes directly to their chosen charity.