If you are organising your own event (and it’s coming up soon), we encourage you to take on board current government guidance and consider (if appropriate) postponing your event. The fact that you are thinking of others, at what is a worrying and difficult time for us all, speaks volumes of your kindness and fellow feeling.
Please be assured that, thanks to your fundraising, we are continuing to do all that we can to keep people safe and deliver support to anyone affected by baby loss.
We will continue to update you on how you are making a difference to those who need us via our website/newsletter/email/social media.
If you have money to send to us, or if you would like to get in touch with us about your fundraising, please email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.
A number of popular events are organised by external companies and agencies, therefore participants raising money for SiMBA will be required to abide by the decisions made by those event organisers.
We are currently updating this website and will bring all fundraising event updates to you as we get them.
The Scottish Government has issued guidance that all events, with more than 500 people in attendance, should be cancelled from Monday 16th March.
At this time, the following events have been affected:
The Kiltwalk has announced that the Glasgow event, originally planned for Sunday 26th April, is being postponed. An alternate date is yet to be announced. The Kiltwalk is encouraging people to keep signing up and raising money for their chosen charity, with...
The Aberdeen Kiltwalk, originally scheduled to take place on Sunday 7th June, has been postponed. As with the Glasgow Kiltwalk, fundraisers are encouraged to keep signing up and raising money, with an extra 50% boost added to monies raised by May 7th.
Entries open now for the Supernova Kelpies 5K! This fantastic 5K route is a great opportunity to explore the home of two 30-metre high horses! The Kelpies are mythical creatures who love to play at dusk, each one weighs over 300 tonnes....