Messages from home…

3rd October 2013

Whilst we are all out in Tanzania, having the adventure of a lifetime but also testing and challenging ourselves, nothing raises the spirits as much as a message from home. There are a number of ways you can get in touch with your loved one, from electronic to good old pen and paper. We've outlined the 'how to's' for each below. Blog comments The quickest and easiest way to get in touch! Scroll down to the bottom of a blog post and you'll find the 'add a comment' blog. Write your message, enter your name and email address, click send and your comment will be winging its way to us here in Morogoro! Screen Shot 2013-10-02 at 10.11.35 Blog comments won't appear right away, they'll need to be approved first which make take a few days if we're out on project sites. Please note... - if your comment relates to the blog post, or is general words of encouragement to Raleigh Tanzania or an Alpha Group then it will be posted on the blog once approved - if your comment is for a specific individual then please put their full name on it. We'll pass it to them directly either at Changeover or when we visit them at their project site. Send a letter Ahhh there's nothing like receiving a letter from home when you're away! Just be sure to only send letters or postcards, NO PARCELS PLEASE! These cause a lot of hassle, as well as costing Raleigh a lot of money, so we cannot accept them. The address is: Raleigh Tanzania, PO Box 729, Morogoro, Tanzania Subscribe to the blog We'll be posting updates on the blog as much as we can (at the very least once a week) especially once all our Alpha Groups deploy out on project. The best way to keep up to date is to subscribe. Enter your email address into the box on the right of this page, then click on the verification link that will be emailed to you. Once that's done you'll receive an email every time we post an update. Subscribe Tweet tweet! We'll also be tweeting throughout the expedition. Follow @RaleighTanzania for our updates. Screen Shot 2013-10-02 at 10.09.06 If you have any questions about staying in touch please leave a comment and we'll get back to you!