We aim to support the work of ‘Gohelp’ a UK registered Charity by driving an ambulance to Dushanbe in July 2014. A study in 2012 concluded that Tajikistan could use 700 emergency vehicles, urgently.
Go Help’s core objectives include:
• To enable access to primary healthcare through the provision, distribution and maintenance of emergency vehicles;
• To foster local talent, through providing scholarships and employment opportunities for young people;
• To support education projects which provide opportunities for literacy and self-improvement; and
• To facilitate the placement of skilled health and education volunteers with the aim of enhancing the capacity of local communities.
We will do our part by raising funds to buy Go Help an ambulance that we will drive from London to Dushanbe, Tajikistan in the 2014 Roof of the World Charity Rally. The ambulance will be left there – where it is desperately needed. We are contributing generously to do this personally, but have to fundraise as well. All funds raised will be held in a dedicated bank account and a clear balance sheet made public. Any donated funds left after the rally will be donated to Go Help. You can donate at http://www.justgiving.com/rotw5050
Our team name is based on the fact that we will both be fifty…and better do it before we forget!
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"research concluded that there was a massive unmet need for
emergency vehicles (circa 700) and a range of medical
equipment across the country"
Since 2008, Go Help’s Charity Rallies have
helped over 270 teams raise money for third
That means 270+ vehicles, carrying 1000+
people, have driven a total of over 2,700,000
miles, over the course of 5 years, raising an
John and Cyndi are no strangers to driving,
fundraising and hard work in general...but can
they nurse an ambulance from the English Ridgeway,
through Europe and Russia, over the Pamir Highway
along the Silk Road to Tajikistan? if you would like to help us please go to http://www.justgiving.com/rotw5050
“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”