file-o file-word file-excel file-powerpoint file-image file-archive file-audio file-movie file-code file-openoffice file-css menu googleplus facebook instagram twitter feed youtube vimeo2 lanyrd flickr picassa deviantart github wordpress blogger tumblr yahoo soundcloud skype linkedin lastfm delicious stumbleupon stackoverflow pinterest foursquare cross arrow-left arrow-down arrow-up arrow-right arrow-left2 arrow-down2 arrow-up2 arrow-right2 arrow-left3 arrow-down3 arrow-up3 arrow-right3 search

You are here

Futures for Kids Kilt Challenge

Futures for Kids Kilt Challenge

22 May 2015 6:45pm EDT

Simon's Kilt ChallengeOnce again the IDX Gala Dinner is being held in aid of Futures for Kids, the industry’s charity which raises funds used to provide better lives and futures for children.

To kick off the fundraising, for the past five years, a figurehead from within the industry has braved going bare-legged to the dinner in return for donations to Futures for Kids.

Jeremy Grant founded the tradition five years ago, donning his finest kilt and then passing on the sporran to a new challenger each year. Last year, FIA’s Walt Lukken raised £8,692.88.

You can help support a brighter future AND ensure that FIA Europe's CEO Simon Puleston Jones dons a kilt for chairty.  Visit his donation page here

Close

Close

Menu

Menu

Back to FIA