Your friends are fundraising. Don't miss out, opt in.



£20raised of £500 target by 1 supporter

Weʼre raising £500 to promote active living in Portree and Braes and improve path networks for walkers, runners and cyclists.

Portree, UK
16 days to go

What is crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered charity.

The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.


On Saturday the 8th of September 2018 the Portree and Braes Community Trust are organising a sponsored walk from the northern to the southern point of the area in order to raise funds to improve facilities for walkers, cyclists and runners - young and old.

All funds raised will support the development of path networks in Portree and Braes and promote active living in the community. The trust have recently carried out major improvement works at the Lisigarry steps in Portree and are aiming to complete the final phase of this work this year. Any additional funds will go towards improving local signage and information for those looking to explore the area on foot or by bike.

The walk is a challenging 20 mile trek over mixed terrain, on and off road from the Storr, through the village of Portree and on to Braes before reaching Sligachan Hotel and a well-earned rest. Local resident Ross Cowie (Lucky2bhere) has taken on the challenge in aid of the trust and hopes that you will join him for a fun, active day out while raising funds to support an active local community.

Share this story



Ross Cowie

Updates appear here

    13 days ago

    Ross Cowie started crowdfunding

    Leave a message of support

    Page last updated on: 8/11/2018 12:22 PM



    • Catherine Ann Lawson

      Catherine Ann Lawson

      Aug 11, 2018

      Great idea Ross❤️


    Ross Cowie

    Become a supporter

    Help Ross Cowie raise more

    About the fundraiser
    Ross Cowie

    Ross Cowie

    Portree, UK

    P&BCT work with existing community groups and authorities to facilitate regeneration projects, secure land and buildings for community use, promote renewable energy projects, organise community events and improve access to education and training opportunities.

    Report this Page

    * JustGiving crowdfunders pay a small fee for our service. Find out how much it is and what we do for it.