, Subject : Inspiration

Roots are supporting another group of Architecture graduates who are taking a service to remote communities, but this time in the name of charity.  While Roots are developing Archivan (TM), a mobile office which will allow the practice to visit rural communities across Scotland, MArch graduates Calum Hill and Mark Hadfield are getting ready to launch a much more worthy cause: Archi-Ambulance.

The Archi-Ambulance team is aiming to raise money for registered charity GoHelp, and to help with their essential work in Asia by supplying a working ambulance for use in Mongolia’s first Emergency Services fleet. 

As part of this fundraising event, the team are trying raise money to buy an ambulance which they must then drive themselves across Europe and Central Asia, to Mongolia; the ambulance is then donated to a provincial emergency service group upon arrival. The team has committed themselves to raising a minimum of £1,000 for GoHelp, as well as providing a functioning ambulance to be donated on arrival in Mongolia.

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