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Events around Scotland


What's on at Christian Aid Scotland?

From a walk among the wind turbines at Whitelee to a canter at the Kelpies, we’ve got something for every Christian Aid supporter. Will you join us?


Film showing: The Claim - Glasgow

Wednesday 16 August 2017, 6.30pm for 7pm screening
1st Floor Theatre, CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

Christian Aid and SCIAF invite you to the Scottish premiere screening of the documentary 'The Claim - Archbishop Romero, his people and Pope Francis', followed by a panel discussion. Tea and coffee will be served.

Panellists include Julian Filochowski of the Romero Trust, Alistair Dutton, Director of SCIAF, Sally Foster-Fulton, Head of Christian Aid Scotland, and John McCulloch, Church of Scotland minister and former lecturer in Hispanic Studies.

To confirm your seat, please contact tmcgoldrick@sciaf.org.uk.


In memory Walk

Saturday 2 September 2017, 10am start in Dollar
Dollar to Logie Kirk, Stirling

This sponsored walk along the Hillfoots Diamond Jubilee Way is for those who wish to raise money in memory of a loved one.

For more information, please email Jo Dallas or call her on 0141 241 6139.

Register now




Power Walk

Saturday 9 September 2017, 11am start
Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham, G76 0QQ

A seven mile sponsored walk among the majestic turbines will examine how climate change affects global communities.

For more information, please email Amy Menzies or call our Glasgow office on 0141 221 7475.


Safe Place Challenge

Safe Place Challenge meme

Sunday 10 September 2017, 11am and 2pm starts 
Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham, G76 0QQ

Today, tens of millions of people across the globe are fleeing their homes because of war, conflict and disaster.

In some places, the fighting is so bad, and the situation so dangerous, that people decide they have no choice but to try to take risky journeys to places of safety. The journeys facing refugees are often incredibly tough – and the choices they have to make along the way might be even tougher.

The Safe Place Challenge is a new outdoor adventure to help young Christian Aid supporters understand how to survive without home comforts. You and your youth group will work together to complete basic survival skill challenges including building a shelter, making a fire and finding clean water.

Free to enter, with a £100 sponsorship target per group.

Groups can take part in an early session from 11am-2pm or a later session from 2-5pm.

Please register via Eventbrite for the morning session or the afternoon session.

For more information, please email Fiona Buchanan or call our Edinburgh office on 0131 220 1254.


Kelpies Canter

Saturday 30 September 2017, 11am start
The Kelpies, The Helix, Falkirk, FK2 7ZT

A walk for kids, youth groups and families with face painting, games and our very own Kelpies mascot. Followed by a shared picnic on the Great Lawn.

Participation fee - adults £3, under 16s £1.50. Fundraisers can take part for FREE!

For more information, please email Amy Menzies or call her on 0141 241 6138.

Register now




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