A.C. Whyte are taking part in the virtual KiltWalk this year

A.C. Whyte are walking, running, cycling or even golfing the virtual KiltWalk this year to raise funds for Impact Arts, to allow them to continue offering valuable, creative programmes.  The Hunter Foundation will supplement any donation by 50%, therefore your kind and generous donation will go even further. 

The past year has been extremely hard for our young people and Impact Arts know that many are experiencing heightened levels of anxiety and/or poor mental health. Some may be anxious about their life transition and this has been exacerbated by COVID-19; others will be facing some of the same fears as well as having additional barriers. Impacts Arts work to ensure that no one is left vulnerable.

Their programmes for children and young people, are based on the principle that creativity can be a vehicle for change. Creative learning approaches can inspire improved confidence and life choices, and act as an alternative learning model for those struggling to engage in mainstream education. Their work with children and young people accounts for over 60% of the work they deliver and they are helping young people find the right support at the right time.  To support the A.C. Whyte team raise money for this incredible charity please donate here:


Please donate what you can and thank you for your support.