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23
November 2021

Together, we can save newborn lives – will you join us?

Support Us!

What an incredible record-breaking year it has been! Last years’ total of 3 million kilometre has been blown away and we hit our 5 million km target!
Newborns has been overwhelmed by the support and dedication shown by everyone who ran during UpRace this year, you are all truly Newborns’ heroes and we are immensely proud and grateful. Newborns would also like to say a huge thank you to everybody who ran for Newborns.
Thanks to our Team Newborns, runners an incredible 21,047 km, super well done to Le Nghia, and to all our first-time runners. Huge thanks to Bull and Mo team, Khoi and Long were still running in the final moments last night.
Fantastic running for Newborns from London Speed Club, Techcombank Việt Nam, Philips Việt Nam, Savills Vietnam, Seedcom, iPOS – Giải pháp quản lý nhà hàng/ café, The Coffee House, Haravan, BIM GROUP, Bệnh viện Đa khoa Hồng Ngọc, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, BU Baby, Colas Rail, Juno, Run for Child, Bệnh Viện Phụ Sản Hà Nội, Sunrise Events Vietnam together you ran an unbelievable 320,233 km!
You are all superstars, and you can rest assured that the incredible amount of funds you helped raise will be used to help save the lives of newborn babies, train more doctors and provide lifesaving equipment.
A special Facebook hug goes out to all our featured runners and companies, your inspiring stories gave us the strength to push on every day. We were especially moved by seeing the wonderful doctors from Phu San Hanoi Hospital who as well as working hard every day to save newborn lives, clocked up an impressive 1,997 km.
Finally, Newborns would like to thank UpRace and VNG Corporation for including Newborns Vietnam as one of the four amazing social organisations that will be helped this year, Newborns wouldn’t be what it is today without companies like you along with the brilliant sponsors.

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