Accountancy and business advisory firm, Johnston Carmichael, has raised over £6,600 for charities across Scotland after taking part in Dundee’s biggest ever Kiltwalk.
The firm, which is a gold sponsor of the Kiltwalk, launched its Dundee office in June as part of a strategic expansion. Every member of the Dundee team, including restructuring director Jenn Stewart and advisor Pete Downes, took part in the annual event. The firm’s CEO, Andrew Walker, also took part.
Teams across the firm’s 11 other offices have already taken part in this year’s Kiltwalk events in Glasgow and Aberdeen, raising over £6,600 for charity.
Andrew Walker, CEO of Johnston Carmichael said: “Walking the streets of Dundee just after we opened our new office in the city was really special for the team. Taking part in such an important event in our new home was an amazing way to mark a new chapter for the firm.
“I am thrilled to see so many of the Johnston Carmichael team pulling on their walking boots and getting involved in this year’s Kiltwalk events. With the amazing support from The Hunter Foundation, it is a fantastic way to raise money for charities across the country and make a difference to those in need.”
Paul Cooney, CEO of Kiltwalk added: “Johnston Carmichael has supported the Kiltwalk for a number of years and it’s great to see another team of accountants don their tartan and take to the streets of the city. I’d like to thank all of our generous sponsors for their continued support, helping make this year’s Kiltwalk the biggest Dundee has ever seen.”