The Car
 The Route
 The Team
 Thank You!

The Mongol Rally, above all else, is a charity fund raising event. The organisers requested that all of the teams raise at least £1000, with this being split 60% / 40% between two official charities of the rally. Send a Cow and Save the Children.

It is with great pride that we can announce as of February 2006 we have raised:


And there is still a bit more to come. Those who've not paid up yet, get your wallets out!

 Sponsor us... It's not too late

A HUGE thank you to all of those who have contributed so far! You know who you are.

Please note, we are still collecting post Rally. If you wish to donate please use the justgiving links below, or if you don't trust this Internet thing, please contact us directly to inquire about alternative ways to donate.

To sponsor us by donating to Send a Cow, please visit :

To sponsor us by donating to Save the Children, please visit :

 Send a Cow

60% of the money raised will go to Send a Cow.

Send a Cow is a charity that enables poor farmers in Africa to become self-reliant by providing them with livestock, training and advice. Send a Cow works with some of the most vulnerable groups in Africa, including children orphaned by war, families affected by AIDS, and disabled people.

 Save the Children

The remaining 40% will go to Save the Children with the money raised being used specifically for Save the Children projects in Mongolia.

Many homeless Mongolian children find accommodation in several shelters supported by Save the Children. In the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaator, Save the Children run a drop-in service centre that offers children a hot meal, clean clothing and washing facilities. Staff and guest speakers at these centres, such as doctors, talk to the children about first aid and reproductive health. If children need medical treatment, staff take them to a local doctor or to the hospital. Save the Children staff are also developing a certificate that can serve as a temporary identity document for street children, enabling them to get access to health services in the future.