The Mighty Ride: Distance-based donation to SOS Children's Villages
We are two friends who are going on an amazing cycling adventure around the world (approximately 62 000 km, all continents except Antarctica), starting February 1, 2020. Our aim is to explore as much of the world as possible on our bikes. Quite an adventure right? :)
From this adventure we also want to contribute to making the world better for those who are most vulnerable: children. We believe that every child should grow up in a safe and loving home, and while we pedal through rain, snow, desert, remote areas, villages, and large cities, we want to raise awareness of this message. We are particularly inspired by the work of SOS Children's Villages and their child sponsorship program.
SOS Children's Villages Sweden:
SOS Children's Villages International:
[ ABOUT DISTANCE-BASED DONATION ]
Your donation to SOS Children's Villages encourages us to pedal further.
You could make a tiny donation for every 10 km that we cycle.
For example, 0.5, 1, 5, etc. Swedish Crowns (SEK) per 10 km. (1 SEK = ~0.10 EUR, 1 SEK = ~0.10 USD, 1 SEK = ~0.15 AUD)
Your donation is made every time we hit 5 000 km (approx. once every 3-4 months). When it’s time you will receive all necessary information from us.
We estimate to hit key KM milestones in these places:
Budapest, Hungary: ~2 500 km
Istanbul, Turkey: ~5 000 km
Baku, Azerbaijan: ~7 500 km
Samarkand, Uzbekistan: ~10 000 km
We will present our cycling odometer when we hit these milestones through Instagram/Facebook (@themightyride) or alternatively you could follow us on Strava (
[ PLEASE FILL IN THIS FORM AND BECOME A KM-DONOR :) ]
Each donation to SOS Children's Villages makes a difference and it goes directly to those places in the world that are most in need.
Sam & Valentin
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