The Mongol Rally requires each participating Team to raise 1000 british Pounds of charity money. If you want to sponsor our Team, please use one of the donate links next to the charity descriptions below on this page.
In return, we can put up your company’s logo onto our car (we can organize printing some decals) and on this site. You’ll get advertising on the internet and in two continents and many different countries! Ever noticed low sales of your products in Kazakhstan? Bad brand recognition in Mongolia? We can help! We can also work together on press releases, or articles in your magazine or newspaper. Contact Jonas or Siegfried if you are interested!
If you don’t have a company or aren’t interested in advertising, we’d still gladly accept individual donations of any amount. Just use the donate links below.
The money won’t be used to finance our holiday (that is what we have jobs for) but all goes to charity donations. The two charities we are raising money for are:
Team Wartburg Tourists is looking for sponsors!!
Raised so far: 1047.89£ of 1000£
Mercy Corps Mongolia
Mercy Corps Mongolia supports rural communities to meet their economic and social needs, helping individuals, families and communities to become more self-sufficient, diversified in their production, and better linked to local, regional and national markets. Over the past five years Mercy Corps Mongolia has established a strong reputation across the vast Gobi region, and continues to work with business associations and local organizations to ensure a robust economy that preserves ancient traditions.  
Currently they run the following projects in Mongolia: Gobi Regional Economic Growth Initiatives (Gobi Initiative), Gobi Forage, Rural Agribusiness Support Program (RASP) and the Training, Advocacy and Networking Programme.  
Send a Cow
Send a Cow provides families with a cross-bred cow whose milk yield is very high - up to 14 litres a day. Livestock provided by Send a Cow provide a lasting solution for desperately poor farmers in Africa, enabling them to combat malnutrition with protein-rich milk and earn an income from the sale of the surplus milk. Many families invest some of this money in other money-earning ventures, but most use it to keep their children in school. Very poor people, with little land and few resources who find it difficult to manage dairy cows, receive smaller stock, such as goats, pigs or poultry. They can then begin to rear livestock even though they cannot provide the full shelter or fodder needed for a cow. Training is provided beforehand in animal rearing and sustainable organic farming, and low-cost veterinary services are provided afterwards.
The initial gifts go on multiplying indefinitely, as each person who receives livestock passes on the animal's first female offspring to another poor farmer, who will do the same in turn. Send a Cow are now working in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Lesotho.