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Posted with permission from KT

I have started a gofundme page to help a close family friend who is dealing with  Asthma, Cerebral Palsy and a rare digestive disorder who needs a safe, permanent accessible home to heal and thrive. In order to raise awareness and donations for the cause I have decided to wear the kilt every day for a month. After the month is over I will wear the kilt one day for each donation made, no matter the size of donation. There are far more details on the link.
https://www.gofundme.com/safe-accessible-home

Here are the photos thus far, more photos to come as the month goes on.

Day 1

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Day 2
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Day 3
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Day 4 

of daily kilt wear to raise awareness of the gofundme campaign it’s starting to snow. Please consider donating and sharing this cause. Any amount helps, there have been a lot of shares and we are grateful for them but we still need donations to ensure that this happens. We want her to be able to move into a place that is fully accessible and able to breathe. I cannot stress how critical this is. Please donate here https://www.gofundme.com/safe-accessible-home. Thanks for all your help.

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Day 5 of daily kilt wear for a cause. It is -20 celcius out here today, I could use a donation or two to help keep me warm. Looking forward to continuing this journey. If you want to help me continue then remember that for each donation I will wear the kilt for one more day.


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https://www.gofundme.com/safe-accessible-home

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Day 7 
It was a bit warmer this morning but it did cool down as the day has continued. Donations are needed. Every bit helps even $5 or $10. Please help my friend with multiple disabilities breathe clean air and thrive. Every donation means another day of kilting after the first month.

https://www.gofundme.com/safe-accessible-home

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Looks good!  Keep up the good work!

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It was -21 degrees Celsius here today, but I did say I would wear the kilt every day for a month and one day thereafter for every donation received regardless of the size. Today was day 8 and I've got a month left so far. Here is the outfit for today and yes it was cold but worth it.

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I have not posted here in a bit, sorry about that, I am still wearing the kilt daily and am on day 15 of the month. Here are some photos from the past few days.

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The weekend outfits. I think these two outfits show the versatility of the kilt from casual to more dressy day wear
Saturday
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Sunday

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I haven't updated this thread in while but thought I would get back to it now, below are some more of the #kiltingforacause photos
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