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Barcelona to Valencia by any means

When applied well, technology has the power to save lives. This is why Télécoms Sans Frontières adapts the latest technologies to meet emerging needs during humanitarian crises in the areas of Disaster Response, Education, Capacity Building, Protection & Assistance, and Bridging the Digital Divide.

Craig will be travelling the 350km to Valencia from our Barcelona office by any means necessary. The week leading up to WAS 10 you may find him running, walking, skateboarding, paddling, or even swimming down the coast. Who knows what transport he might find! All these shenanigans are for a good cause of course--read more about how TSF brings telecom to those who need it most below. 

Donate directly (above) or contact us (below) to learn more about sponsoring part of Craig's journey. Don't forget to click the LinkedIn button and help us get the word out! 

Currently TSF is working to assist other humanitarian efforts in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, installing a crucial broadband emergency satellite connection at NEMA’s Coordination Centre and providing connectivity to various organizations. In the chaos of mass evacuation, TSF carried out Humanitarian Calling Operations, allowing free, desperately awaited phone calls to loved ones.  

Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) was founded in 1998 as the world’s first NGO focusing on emergency-response technologies. 

During humanitarian crises we give affected people the possibility to contact their loved ones and begin to regain control of their lives, as well as we build rapid-response communications centres for local and international responders.

In parallel to this core activity, we also develop, adapt, and make available innovative and cost-effective solutions to assist migrants, refugees, displaced people and other disadvantaged communities in different areas, including education, healthcare, women’s rights and food security.

Since its creation, TSF responded to over 140 crises in more than 70 countries providing communication means to over 20 million people and nearly 1,000 NGOs.

93% of funding is directly allocated to programmes that help beneficiaries.

Click to find out more about their current missions.







Paying it forward.


Liza Rabinovich

Good luck!


Chuck Wesley-James


Jonny Hughes



Good luck, Craig! I'll definitely see you at the end point 😊


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