Kiltwalk

May 2, 2019 / Community

Kiltwalk Dundee 2019- DFC in the Community Trust

DFC in the Community Trust Staff and Trustees are taking part in the 2019 Kiltwalk starting at Tayport and finishing in Monifieth. The walk takes place on the 18th of August. All funds raised will be used to support DFC in the Community Trust activity working to improve health, fitness and education opportunities across the city. At this time DFC in the Community Trust deliver 7 core projects, one of which is our Cammy Kerr Soccer Centre for players aged 5-12. If we can raise enough money we hope to offer these across a broader range of schools at no cost to these attending. We are also looking at programmes to get people of all ages more active and benefitting from a healthy diet.

You can help us by joining our team the Dandering Dee’s by walking for DFC in the Community Trust or by donating to our cause. The more people that know about the walk the better, so please also spread the word by sharing the page with your friends and family.

Walking for DFC in the Community Trust?

You will receive –

-DFC in the Community Trust Kilt walk 2019 t-shirt
-Dundee FC water bottle
-Invited to Dens Park Stadium for home game celebration in season 2019-20
-Opportunity to participate in walk training with DFC in the Community Trust Staff

Please contact [email protected] if you would like to make a donation or join our team.

Help Us

Challenge yourself and support our charity by selecting DFC in the Community Trust as your chosen charity. The money you raise would be used to bring benefit to everyone who uses the services provided by the Trust from those involved in our schools program through to our Football Memories group. Fundraising for us? You will receive a DFC in the Community Trust top for your event and also feature in the Dundee FC matchday programme.

Donors

DFC in the Community Trust are proud to pair with Dundee Football Club, the SPFL Trust, Riverside CSC and Alzheimer’s Scotland to deliver a range of projects across Tayside, Fife and Angus.