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  • Writer's pictureDobra Sprava

Volunteers from the Foundation joined the OneLife Rally to draw the world's attention to Ukraine

The supercar race started on June 25 from Riga, Latvia and ends on July 2 in Montenegro. About a hundred supercars of such brands as Lamborghini, Ferrari, Mclaren, Maserati, Bentley, etc. take part in the rally. One of the most exclusive cars of this year's race is the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport. Only 60 examples were produced, the cost of which is around 5.5 million euros.

Jonathan Whitaker and Roman Kubay, volunteers of the "Good Cause" charitable foundation, took part in the OneLife Rally to draw the world's attention to what is happening in Ukraine. After all, since its foundation in 2017, OneLife Rally has had a humanitarian touch. They support charities that help children.

"We present the "Good Cause" Foundation to draw the attention of Europeans to what is happening in Ukraine. Our foundation provides a wide range of assistance for war victims, and we want even more people from different parts of the world to join our charity work. Together we will win!" - Roman Kubay emphasized.

So far, the OneLife Rally has raised over €50,000 for charity – and this year they will go one step further.

It is also the only open style rally in the world. This means that it is not fenced off and each of the visitors can drive in, get to the car, take a picture next to it, and in some cases even get into a supercar.

On June 26, as part of the rally, the director of the "DOBRA SPRAVA" Foundation, Yuriy Slyva, visited Warsaw and held a meeting with the organizers and founders of the OneLife Rally.

"After the victory, we agreed to organize the OneLife Rally in Ukraine," - he concluded.

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