Humanitarian Aid

Humanitary Walking Angkor Mr Red Nose

HUMANITARIAN WALK with Mr NEZ ROUGE
(Humanitary Walking Angkor)

To participants or non-participants: SDPO invites you to join our charity campaign for the children of Cambodia.  

To be a donor, just complete this subscription form and send it back to SDPO: Subscription – https://racebooking.sdpo.com/ANGKOR-ULTRA-TRAIL-2019/donation.html

Another way to make a donation, do it directly online via our website.

you can participate in this donation campaign without registering for the event.


 . . . AND IF WE RUN OR WALK, IT IS FOR A GOOD CAUSE:

In solidarity and with the association of Mr. Red Nose, our mission is to raise funds for the benefit of orphans living with rare diseases. SDPO will launch a subscription for the children of Cambodia during the Ultra-Trail of Angkor.

We’re going to run around in this part of the world for a cause because their population lives below the poverty line, and they struggle to survive with just less than a single US dollar a day.

Poverty is especially common in rural areas – specifically amongst children, who make up more than half of the country’s population. Most Cambodian children are also malnourished, with 45 percent of them showing signs of moderate to severe stunting (source: UNICEF).

To participate in the donations:  Subscribe to Mr RED NOSE UTA

SDPO, in accordance with its values, offers you a “humanitarian” subscription, as it has always done for the past 20 years.

To participate in the Great Humanitarian March, a participation fee of 15€ minimum or more is requested.

 http://racebooking.sdpo.com/ANGKOR-ULTRA-TRAIL-2019/donation.html

 

 

For the companion of the runners:

Without participating in the humanitarian walk, we invite the companion of the runners to contribute to this individual subscription, by simply making a donation of 15€ minimum or more.

During the previous events, SDPO has not forgotten the children of Cambodia and a Great Humanitarian Walk, where gathering hundreds of people (including 50 Cambodian children) was organized. Three NGOs have then received donations collected from the participants.