US$2,475.00raised of $5,000.00 goal goal
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Thanks so much for visiting this page and taking your time to check my campaign.
My name is Tsengel Chimeddorj, a Mongolian living in Singapore. I am currently working for an international law firm called Jones day as an associate. One of the many things I've learned during my time in Singapore is to run. Everyone runs here, and it's awesome! I have finished several half marathons (including Newton Challenge which was 32km).
A full marathon was in my to do list for several years. This year I decided to cross it off from my list, and finally signed up for Seoul Marathon, which will happen on 18 March 2018. Excited about it for sure!
Running for cause:
All my life I've been running away from something / someone (including myself). This time however I would love to run towards something I care about. I'd like to use this great opportunity to raise money for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in rural hospital in Mongolia (Uvs region, which is 1,400 km away from the capital, Ulaanbaatar). 100% of funds I raised from this campaign / marathon will be donated to "Save Infants NGO" a non-profit organisation in Mongolia. "Save Infants" is a very diligent organisation, and they are currently aiming to raise US$26,800 to purchase and donate critical medical equipment (including infant incubators (x2), medical ventilators (x1) and phototherapy units (x2)) to NICU.
I hope we can together help NICU and many children of Mongolia who desperately need these equipment. Happy to provide more information, please contact me via my email at [email protected].
The detailed information on "Save Infants NGO" can be found at their website: http://www.saveinfants.mn/?page_id=80
May all children be happy and healthy!
Success! Unofficial time for 42.197km is 3:31 hours.Update posted by Tsengel Chimeddorj at 09:38 am
Hi Everyone! Last week, I’ve successfully finished the Seoul Marathon 2018. My unofficial time was 3 hours 31 minutes. Super happy with the result as my initial goal was to finish within 4 hours. I ran with IT band injury and was close to hit the wall in the middle. . . . .