The Kirsty Bryden Memorial Trust

The Kirsty Bryden Memorial Trust is a no overheads charity helping to improve the lives of all children including those who are suffering from serious life limiting illnesses, children with special needs and their siblings.

We are a registered charity number SCO42871.

You have enabled us to help so many children in the last two years. We have raised a grand total of £44,868.

As a no overheads charity every penny goes to the children we help; We operate on good will and sponsorship, using all unpaid volunteers who use their own private cars, our own private vehicles and we pay for our own fuel to attend events.

We source posters, badges etc from sponsors to deliver 100% of your donation direct to those in need.

The Trust always investigate every cause to ensure no cash get wasted through misguided good intent. We deliver to maximise the benefit of every penny raised.

100% of all donations go to the kids (there are no deductions for expenses or wages taken from donations).

eeyore takes the baton @ the Wueens baton Relay

Eeyore's World Tour

Eeyore was honoured by the XX Commonwealth Games, when he was handed the Queens Baton as part of the Relay Team @ the Green Welly in Tyndrum. He was assisted by Blue Knights Scotland.




MotoScotland Support Kirsty's Kids

MotoScotland raised an incredible £821.53 during their fundraising event for Kirsty's Kids.

Paul at the start of his Non Stop West Highland Way Challenge.

98 Mile Non Stop West Highland Way - Take Two

Its on again. This weekend Paul Gallagher will be attempting a non stop sponsored walk on the West Highland way to raise funds for Kirsty's Kids.

You may recall that Paul during Paul's first attempt, back in April, he had to assisted off the mountain, due to hypothermia and severe blisters.

You can support Pauls fund raising by clicking here and donating.

You can track Paul's progress by clicking here.


UPDATE 01:45 Friday 26 September

Walk stopped unfortunately at Kinlochleven... weather absolutely horrific on the higher ground... progress was very very slow. Big thanks to Scott McMillan and Davy Thompson for talking sense into me and making sure I was safe... there will not be a third attempt!!! homeward bound..

Check out Kirsty's Kids Facebook page.

Latest Site Updates:

25 September - Paul's Non Stop West Highland Way Challenge
13 September - Chairs Blog
13 September - Photos of Trust House
21 August - MotoScotland Fund Raisers

Kirsty's Kids Main Sponsors 2014

MotoScotland Motorad Central Blue Knights Scotland II