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INFOGRAPHIC: around the world (for good)

In the second half of 2017 I spent three months driving two terrible £400 cars from England to Mongolia – and then all the way back again.  

Don’t worry, I haven’t gone mad – a group of friends and I performed the feat to raise awareness and funds for the Graeme Dingle Foundation, a New Zealand charity which works to tackle issues facing NZ youth such as lack of self-confidence and bullying

"I I spent three months driving two terrible £400 cars from England to Mongolia – and then all the way back again."

We’re delighted to say through our 26,000 kilometres journey across 22 countries we were able to raise $NZ56,000.

Along with the considerable blood, sweat and tears on the journey a few key figures stood out – which we’ve prepared in a quick infographic below. 

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Infographic by Chris Kelly, award-winning artist and illustrator.

Harry Cunningham is a bluenotes contributor

You can learn more about the Graeme Dingle Foundation – and lend your support – here. 

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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