Help us transform outcomes for children in shelters.
There are millions of children in need of care and protection in India ALONE. Children who end up living broken or institutionalised lives, with limited support systems, positive role models or opportunities. And when these children leave shelters, they are often crushed in the unforgiving gears of a system that breeds more poverty and suffering. The sad truth is that few people are aware of the scale and depth of this problem and there’s not enough funding to turn things around.
Sunaina Pamudurthy, Binoy John and Bhairav Kuttaiah from Team NanoMADs are setting out to do something about this starting this July, by risking everything in the 2016 Mongol Rally to raise funds and awareness for the cause.
Three young Indians, taking on a gruelling and dangerous 2 month long rally. 18,000kms across 13 countries from London to Mongolia, through 5 mountain ranges and 3 deserts in one of India’s tiniest city cars, to try and raise $1million for children in shelters.
As ex-MADsters they are partnering with
Indian people, championing an Indian cause in an Indian car.
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