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My idea

From my professional career and personal outlook, I know that school and education is fundamental for the development of any individual human and the whole society they are living in, especially in developing countries.

When planning my adventure, I realized the possibility to contribute and help some, -hopefully many children, to give them a chance going to school. My idea is, that anyone enjoying my website, can help me to collect money  to SOS Børnebyerne Danmark/SOS Children's Villages Denmark,  the money will be used primarily for education of African children at SOS Børnebyerne/SOS Children's Villages Denmark

If you together with me,- would like to give the children in Africa, who have lost one or both parents, and who are very vulnerable, a new chance in life - to grow up in a safe environment, with no violence and abuse, but with love and respect for the child right to be heard and to get education, - here is what to do.

Send your contribution to: Mobile Pay 21162869.

Remember to mark your donation "cape2cape2wheels". The Mobile Pay is open for your donation now, your donation will go directly to SOS Boernebyerne Danmark.

If you have any question regarding to donate, pleace send me a mail on

Any contribution will be appreciated, you can follow my whole journey on this website, see images and clips and hear about how a day in SOS Børnebyerne for the children.

Did You know that for 70 euro, one child in Ethiopia, can go to school a whole year, inclusively school uniform, books and schoolbag?


SOS Boernebyerne Danmark is part of SOS Children’s Villages International who is the umbrella organization for the global federation of 134 national SOS Children’s Villages associations worldwide.

SOS Boernebyerne work together with a single mission: To ensure that every child grows with love, security and respect. Uniquely, SOS Boernebyerne provides long-term, family-based care for children who have lost parental care, and we work with struggling families and communities to help strengthen them and prevent child abandonment.

The organization began in Austria in 1949, when Hermann Gmeiner, a child welfare worker, opened the very first SOS Children’s Village. More than six decades on, we are an international NGO with global impact on child welfare. We work on five continents and help hundreds of thousands of children every year.

SOS Boernebyerne is a non-governmental and non-denominational; we respect all religions and cultures, and we work with trusted partners in countries and communities were we can contribute to social development.

SOS Boernebyerne has 60 years international eksperience Strengthen child welfare.


"At SOS Børnebyerne we are very happy that Flemming has chosen to bring focus to our work through his journey. We wish Flemming a safe one, and look forward to hear stories from his visits in the children’s villages as he travels through.” says Ida Mørck from SOS Børnebyerne.