Sir Tom Hunter has revealed that over £6million has been raised by people participating in the Virtual Kiltwalk 2021.

Every year, people join up in groups to walk, run, cycle, or whatever they can manage, to raise money for a charity of their choice during events across Scotland.

This year, people used their imagination to ensure the Kiltwalk could continue in a virtual sense.

The Kiltwalk is underwritten by the Hunter Foundation, owned by New Cumnock businessman, Sir Tom Hunter. 

His foundation tops up anything raised through the Kiltwalk by 50 per cent. 

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Sir Tom Hunter has announced that over £4million has been raised for over 1,000 Scottish charities, thanks to 11,500 people signing up for the challenge.

The Hunter Foundation will donate an extra £2million to that total.

Amazing effort!