They bring our idea to life, they are proud of us,
The five friends found this adventure via internet and did not lose time to sign in early enough so that with a little luck to be accepted, and then they mobilized themselves.
They set up an NGO for their project and aware of the fact that in a crisis year the sponsors will be harder to be found, they tried to be creative in attracting them. On the team's official website and the Facebook page, the project supporters can purchase T-shirts and other Paramongols promotional materials, can "adopt" pieces of the ambulance, can participate in contests and last but not least they can find out when and where events are held. Friends and artists such as Touluse Lautrec, The Monojacks, Ada Milea, Luiza Zan, Blue Niple Boy, Subcarpaţi, The Amsterdams or Caughy came to support the project, but help is still welcome from anyone in any supportive way. Log in on the team’s Facebook page and find out all the details. Support the first Romanian team in the biggest humanitarian rally in the world.« Paramongol » V.I.C. is part of an expedition entirely conceived by the team that will travel on the distance of 16000 kilometers. The chair will be used as a travel journal, for during the expedition photos, sketches and recordings will be taken from various locations that will create the team’s itinerary.Full of the spirit of fighting for a better world, V.I.C. will be sold at auction and the money raised will be donated to the association. Follow them on Facebook
Two "Buzesti-Berzei's Memorial“ V.I.C.s hold a small part of a house on Buzesti – Berzei Street (Bucharest, Romania) demolished in 2011.
A double wound affects the area. The first is urban (street widening to six lanes in total which will create an enclave- district, separated by the new "Highway"). The second one is moral and psychological, the old social layer is disrupted. People who lived all their life in a specific place are <<exiled>>, a loss of landmarks from all points of view that will affect their balance. I was lucky to meet these <<archeologists>> of the demolished Buzesti who were collecting objects belonging to the destroyed houses/blocks with the intention to preserve the memory of the place steeped in the found treasure. They gave me a piece of kitchen tiles which has a place of honor on a V.I.C.