a sponsor, your participation in The RBS Caledonian Challenge may be less
exhausting but is certainly no less vital than the walker's. It's your
money that makes the blisters worthwhile. The funds you donate go the the
Scottish Community Foundation, a unique charity supporting the work of
local charities and community organisations the length and breadth of
On this page you should be able to find
what you need to be able to sponsor a team and we'd like to give you a big
thank you from the bottom of our boots for your support.
If you'd like to sponsor friends who are taking part you'll
need to know their team name. Use this link to sponsor the team and donate
All sponsorship cheques must be made payable
to the Scottish Community Foundation, postal and online donations can be
made via our secure website here
If you are making
a postal donation we please ask you to complete your team's online
fundraising page here
and opt for a postal donation at the end of the transaction, you will be
able to print a paying in slip and include this with your cheque.
Sponsorship cheques should be made payable to the
Scottish Community Foundation and sent to the address
22 Calton Road
Gift Aid allows the Caledonian Challenge to maximise the
benefit from your donations. Read this page and find out why you should
agree to Gift Aid!
If you'd like any help on how to raise sponsorship this is
where to look.
As the charity which organises the
Caledonian Challenge all participants must raise funds for the The Scottish Community
Foundation. Team members are however encouraged to invite charities or
community groups in Scotland of their choice to apply to The Scottish
Community Foundation for grants of up to £5000. Click here for: successful grants awarded
and details on how to apply