World Safari Rally Champion, Sebastien Ogier, Donates 20,000 Euros To Kenyan Charities

OLBIA, ITALY – JUNE 06: Sebastien Ogier of France celebrates victory on the final podium in Olbia during Day Three of the FIA World Rally Championship Sardegna Italia on June 6, 2021 in Olbia, Italy. (Photo by Massimo Bettiol/Getty Images)



Kenya Safari Rally winner Sebastien Ogier has announced he will donate 20,000 Euros to Kenyan charities.



Sebastien said that the incredible support from Kenyans during the rally really touched him and he wants to give something back.


“Education is the key for a better future so I want to support the Nakuru children’s project with 10,000 Euros and with should do everything in our power to protect this wildlife so I will also make a donation of 10,000 Euros to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy,” he said.


Sebastien Ogier won the World Rally Championship (WRC) Safari Rally on June 27.


Ogier has won the World Rally Drivers’ Championship 7 times: in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020


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