Charity Events in Scotland – August 2019

Friday 9 August

RNIB: Trek Ben Nevis (Fort William)

Join RNIB to conquer the UK’s tallest mountain and revel in the spectacular sights, sounds and smells of the Scottish Highlands. An unforgettable experience is guranteed. Continues on both Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 August.

Saturday 17 August

Rough Runner – Various distances (Penicuik)

Rough Runner is the brain child of a group of us who always wanted to go on Gladiators. Turns out we didn’t do enough steroids, so we built our own course instead! 5K, 10K and 15K obstacle races on both Saturday & Sunday.

Sunday 18 August

Rough Runner – Various distances (Penicuik)

Rough Runner is the brain child of a group of us who always wanted to go on Gladiators. Turns out we didn’t do enough steroids, so we built our own course instead! 5K, 10K and 15K obstacle races on both Saturday & Sunday.

Sunday 18 August

Kiltwalk Dundee (Dundee)

Over 3,000 brave Scots took part in the Dundee Kiltwalk last year. Support your chosen charity with the Kiltwalk and 140% of the funds you raise will go where they are needed most (including a 40% top-up from the wonderful Hunter Foundation).

Sunday 25 August

Great Aberdeen Run (Aberdeen)

Let the incredible atmosphere on the Union Street start line carry you around the 10k or half marathon course. Go from the city to sea and experience the best Aberdeen has to offer from a different perspective. Half-Marathon, 10K and Family Mile races.

Friday 30 August

Action for Children: Gleneagles Golf Day (Perthshire)

Action for Children’s annual Gleneagles Golf Day will return on Friday 30th August 2019 for the 19th year running. Join them for their Gleneagles Golf Day 2019 – an action packed day that’s not to be missed. A fantastic £92,000 was raised at last year’s Gleneagles Golf Day.


If you wish to add your charity event to the Charity Events Calendar simply add your details below (a simple URL, where the details can be found, is enough). And, best of all, this is a completely free service for charities registered in Scotland: