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Juan Rodriguez Lacasa

A Swedish girl and Belgian boy with a common love for discovering the world. How far can they go?

Raising money for
Raising and Giving (RAG) Imperial College Union

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Total raised
£50.00

Target
£400.00

12%

Donations accepted until 31-12-2018

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About

Oh, good morning!
And just in case we do not see you good afternoon, good evening and good night!

Fill your life with adventures, not things. Have stories to tell not stuff to show. This is our life motto and we want to put it into practice during 36 hours where we shall push our limits and travel as far as possible without spending a single penny of our own money - as if we just broke out of jail!!

But, what is our purpose you might be asking yourself... the SMILE TRAIN! A charity that helps children with clefts get free repair surgery. 

We just met. However, we are eager to do this together. Fun fact - Combined we have been in 44 countries in total, which is actually 23% of the world countries. 

Help us make our list longer whilst increasing world happiness by enabling these children smile with pride! 

 

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ICU RAG Jailbreak 2018

The challenge is simple: You have 36 hours to get as far from Imperial College as possible, using any method of travel but not spending your own money. You'll raise money for RAG's four charities of the year along the way! These are Smile Train, Mind, The Children's Society and Cardinal Hume Centre. We are sure this will be your best experience at Imperial...

Event date

17-November-2018 00:00  - 
18-November-2018 23:59

Event type

ICU RAG Jailbreak 2018

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Donation summary

Online Donations: £50.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £50.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £50.00

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