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Closed 18/01/2018



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    Weʼve raised £0 to Eesti Sclerosis Multiplex’i Ühingute Liit

    Closed on Thursday, 18th January 2018

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    3 Estonians are embarking on a 2 month long charity endurance rally - Mongol Rally 2017. It has been held annually for 13 years straight and this year is the biggest, with 340 cars participating. The rally starts on July 16.

    The starting line is in Goodwood, England, and ends in Ulan-Ude, Russia. The estimated journey runs for 23 000km and passes through 18 countries. Participating cars are limited to up to 1.2l engines. We have chosen an old Lada from 1986 to do the job. This will definitely cause us inconvenience and difficulties - exactly in the spirit of the Mongol Rally.

    We want to support Sclerosis Multiplexi Ühingute Liit (, which is an organization dedicated to raising awareness about the disease and to maintain a group of support workers that help new patients. In Estonia, 50 patients between ages 16-25 are diagnosed every year. The money we raise will go specifically to the support workers that will help these new patients to deal with their fear and desperation, and to raise general awareness and understanding about the disease itself.



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