Round The World Challenge

My drive around the world may be over, but the challenge continues…

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‘Round the World Challenge – 20th Anniversary Virtual Tour:

The Drive May Be Over, But The Challenge Continues. At this Covid-19 Crossroads In History, The 1.3 Billion People With Disabilities Around The World Are More Disproportionally Affected. Help People With Spinal Cord Injuries Reach Their Full Potential!

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‘Round the World Challenge – 20th Anniversary Virtual Tour:

The Drive May Be Over, But The Challenge Continues. At this Covid-19 Crossroads In History, The 1.3 Billion People With Disabilities Around The World Are More Disproportionally Affected. Help People With Spinal Cord Injuries Reach Their Full Potential! Please Visit Our Website To Find Out How You Can Help.

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THE  BENEFICIARIES:

We have partnered with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, Back Up and Spinal Cord Injury Ontario to continue to raise both awareness and funds for people with spinal cord injuries around the world.

Thank you,

Mike Nemesvary
Driver

2001 ‘Round The World Challenge Milestones

PEOPLE REACHED
OVER 500
Million
FUNDS RAISED
OVER $1.5
Million
KILOMETRES TRAVELLED
40,493
DAYS ON THE ROAD
219
MAJOR CITIES
& TOWNS
175
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
52
MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS
40
COUNTRIES CROSSED
21
MOUNTAINS CROSSED
9
OCEANS & SEAS CROSSED
6
CONTINENTS REACHED
4
HEMISPHERES CROSSED
2
DRIVER
1

Why a Virtual Challenge?

The global COVID-19 pandemic has placed an added burden both on people with disabilities as well as the organizations that are determined to help. Our 2021 virtual challenge will raise funds and awareness to help safeguard equality and independence for people with disabilities, especially those with spinal cord injuries.

Through the support of people like you, we will continue the journey to make the world more accessible, inclusive and dignified for people with disabilities.

How It Works

Mike Nemesvary and a group of dedicated individuals produced a documentary of Mike’s global challenge in 2001 utilizing an unprecedented resource of film footage, photos and travel logs to chronicle the epic journey.

The physical, economical, social and psychological impact of disabilities is shared by the affected individuals, their families, friends, communities and society at large. The virtual ‘Round The World Challenge will continue to raise global awareness for the 1.3 billion people with disabilities.

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Can Help

‘Round The World Challenge

Your donations are what help keep us going. Our continued challenge relies on your support to turn these goals into reality.

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