Community Donations 2022
- £262 to the Kinghorn RNLI burger stall who then made clear profit on the night;
- £50 donation to Kinghorn Parish Church of Scotland for hall supervision on the night;
- £450 to Burntisland First Aid Ambulance Service for providing First Aid cover on race night;
- £500 to Kinghorn Historical Society to buy an new laptop and data storage;
- £314 to Kinghorn Parish Church of Scotland to purchase a new notice board for the Church on the High Street
- £285 to Kinghorn Community Centre to purchase 2 new benches in the grounds;
- £500 supporting the ongoing provision of KInghorn's Christmas Lights;
- £400 supporting a local dancing school to stage their first show and fundraiser post Covid;
- £400 supporting the Kinghorn Brunch Club;
- £100 for a planter in the Race Name with Kinghorn in Bloom;
- £305 to the 1st Kinghorn Scouts to purchase a new projector, screen and peripherals
That’s almost £4,000 raised from the running community and our sponsors, donated to our local community.
As Race Director, I remain indebted to the huge crew of volunteers who make the event possible,
and we look forward to continuing to support more local groups and events with funds raised by the
successful completion of our 2023 race.