Would you like to join the growing number of fabulous fundraisers who want to raise money for Fertility Network and raise awareness about fertility issues in general?

Our fundraisers make a huge difference to the charity and are vital in helping us continue to provide our free support services.

Whether you are currently dealing with fertility issues, facing the challenges of childlessness, or want to help family or friends who have been affected, we’d love to have your support.

Participate in an event

Your fundraising will make a real difference to the lives of the 3.5 million people who find themselves struggling to conceive, and there are all sorts of ways you can help.

If you want to raise funds by holding your own event, or being part of a bigger event, sites like Just Giving and Virgin Money Giving make donating easy for your supporters. Just select Fertility Network UK as your chosen charity and share your page – and we will share it too! If you prefer not to set up an online page, you can download our sponsorship form.

Need some ideas? Our supporters have successfully organised fundraising runs, cycles, hikes, Fertili-tea mornings, gaming marathons… and soon, our HIMfertility group is climbing to Everest Base Camp!

The Kiltwalk is back in Scotland for 2023

There are four locations across Scotland and three distances to choose from, plus a virtual option so there is something for everyone.

Everyone taking part in The Kiltwalk in aid of Fertility Network will get a free t-shirt or vest.

To register for the Kiltwalk please click on the event below to secure a place and chose Fertility Network as your chosen charity. Then send an email to Sharon@fertilitynetworkuk.org stating whether you would prefer a vest or t-shirt, available in sizes Small. Medium, Large or XLarge.

2023 dates to be confirmed soon.

GLASGOW – The Glasgow Kiltwalk

ABERDEEN – The Aberdeen Kiltwalk

DUNDEE – The Dundee Kiltwalk

EDINBURGH – The Edinburgh Kiltwalk.

SCOTLANDS VIRTUAL KILTWALK – Registration and details – Scotland’s Virtual Kiltwalk