Many schools and organizations ask Racehall for help in raising money for various purposes. At Racehall we are very interested in helping where we can. With both big projects, as well as small ones. Racehall works in collaboration with Families for Children with Cancer, Denmark’s Collection at DR P3 and various educational institutions in connection with the collection of money for school events. At present, Racehall is very committed to ‘The World’s Most Traveled Hot Dog’ – see more below.

If you have a fundraising project that you would like us to support, write an email to aar@racehall.com, where you write “fundraising” in the subject field and then add a brief description of the project. We will contact you and see if we can come up with a common solution.


The world’s most traveled sausage car has been around since 2003, and as the name suggests, it is a Danish sausage car that travels around the world and distributes free hot dogs. With this, the World’s Most Traveled Hot Dog (among friends called the Hot Dog) wants to create social change for children and young people around the world. In Denmark, Pølle has supported young people with cystic fibrosis, children with arthritis, Trygfonden’s family home at Aarhus Hospital, homeless people in Aarhus and many other noteworthy causes. On the European front, Pølle pt. SOS Children’s Villages in Austria and their efforts for unaccompanied refugee children. Pølle has also supported Asia in raising money for the construction of an orphanage in China and since 2011, Pølle has supported some of the poorest in India through micro enterprises, among others. In Africa, Polle has made a difference as well. Since 2010, Pølle has started and continues to support micro-enterprises with the Bush People in the Kalahari Desert.

In addition to social efforts, Pølle aids the work to rescue endangered orangutans in Borneo. Pølle has adopted an orangutan called Valentino, and also helps by sponsoring 100 m2 of rainforest in Borneo, to ensure that the orangutans have the best possible conditions for survival.

Pølle Racing Team

In the best racing spirit, Pølle has his own racing team Pølle Racing Team, which aims to raise awareness and funds for the activities that Pølle is dedicated to. Pølle Racing Team collaborates with various companies and with the support of these companies, it helps ensure they make a crucial impact in the lives of many vulnerable people. In 2017, Pølle Racing Team consisted of: Martin Jørgensen, Steffen Rasmussen, Thomas Helveg, Jesper Grønkjær, Tom Kristensen, Mads R. Thomsen, Mark F. Kamstrup, Jannik Nielsen, Jesper Nyvang Pedersen, Marcus Mose and Victor Conrad Spliid Jensen.

The team participates in diverse races throughout the year, many of which are held at Racehall’s own track, where they are often placed highest on the podium.

At Racehall, we are proud to partner with ‘The World’s Most Traveled Hotdog Wagon’. Through this, we have made a difference for vulnerable children, young people and their families.

See more about the World’s Most Traveled Hotdog Wagon at their webpage


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