Christina Noble Children's Foundation

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The Christina Noble Children's Foundation, also known as simply the CNCF, is an international non-government organization, dedicated to serving the world's oppressed and marginalized children. Founded by Irish woman Christina Noble in 1989 - and prompted by a dream she had, during the time of the Vietnam War, of Vietnamese children begging for her help - it focuses mainly on Vietnam and Mongolia.

Mongol Rally[edit]

This is the chosen Charity of the Mongol Rally. All 300 cars that are entering the rally have to raise a minimum of £1000, £500 of this must go towards CNCF. Many teams will aim to raise much more £1000 and over the past years it has exceed £20,000.

One team that is hoping to raise more than the mandatory £500 is the Mills Brothers while The Chocolate Preservation Teapot Society are raising £500.

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