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Kilted to Kick CancerWhy kilts?

Getting guys to open up and ask questions about Men’s Health, their own health, is often a challenging task.

To combat this, KTKC is helping answer the age old question… what’s under a Scot’s kilt?

There are many rumours, myths, tales and thoughts on the right answer, but really there’s only one place that question will lead you with the KTKC team

Prostate cancer awareness!

Kilted to Kick Cancer Australia is determined to open up the conversation about prostate health, supporting the mission of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Click on any of the event tabs to get involved and to find out how you can be part of the KTKC team!


Next Kilted to Kick Cancer Event


No upcoming Events are currently listed. Please contact us if you wish to list your Kilted Event

Running Your Own Event

KTKC have many friends who have asked about running their own event to assist in fundraising for KTKC and PCFA.

We are only to happy to assist with ideas, resources and kilt etiquette.

Below is a link to a .pdf of a poster that can be used to promote your event, just download it and print it, either in colour for more impact or black & white if that’s what you have access to.


We will try to add more downloadable resources and other info that may assist in running events and collecting donations.

Kilted and Flamin Thunderstuck

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The worlds only flame throwing, leather clad, heavily tattooed punk rock warrior performing AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” in Fremantle, Sunday 19th May 2013.

Keep Calm and get yer Kilt On

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2014 City 2 Surf

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Whilst running the City 2 Surf on Sunday in kilts, buckets were carried as we collected donations the old fashioned way as well as getting the message out to start a conversation with their doctor about getting a quick and painless prostate checkup. In some cases even reminding some men of where it is.

Over $350 was collected  from the good citizens of Sydney who lined the course and even received some donations from passing runners.

Even with all that sidetracking and an addition 500 metres we came in under 2 hours.

I wonder what the $ / km collection rate is.

Keep an eye on our KTKC Events page for any events you would like to join us on.