Stay Involved

Hello and welcome back!

You are part of our global community of more than 40,000 people who have volunteered with, worked at, and donated to Raleigh.

We are so proud of you, and all our alumni and friends, who have delivered thousands of projects on more than 300 expeditions across 45 countries. You make our work possible. Thank you.

There are lots of ways to stay involved with Raleigh. Whether (re)connecting with other alumni or inspiring young people to take part in our programmes, you can be as active as you like. It can be as simple as talking about your story with others – especially those you think could contribute to and benefit from volunteering.

We’ve featured some ideas here for continuing your connection with Raleigh as an alumnus or friend. Do you have something to add? Please tell us! We would love to hear about what you are up to now and how you might like to stay involved with Raleigh.

Thank you again for your ongoing interest in Raleigh’s work.

Volunteer in the UK

Volunteers clear trails in La Amistad, Costa Rica

Could you tell your Raleigh story or help out at one of our events? Help inspire young people who are finding out about or committed to volunteering with us. As part of our team of UK volunteers, you will make our programmes possible, while spending quality time with alumni, friends and staff from our 30 year history.

Take action

On Raleigh ICS or Expedition you collaborated with communities to create lasting positive change. Want to continue making a difference at home? Raleigh can help.

ICS Action at Home

ICS does not stop when you get back to the UK. To complete the programme successfully you must complete your Action at Home project and submit a short report about what you have done.

Join a national society

Volunteers and volunteer managers conduct a team meeting to plan activities in Miganga, Tanzania

Raleigh is proud of its global network of alumni, with active and independent alumni societies in Bermuda, China, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Singapore, Tanzania and Uganda.

Alumni Stories

Volunteers work on trial maintainance in the rainforest of Borneo as part of an environmental project

Ever wondered what other Raleigh alumni are up to now? From establishing a youth network to launching into space, take a look at the paths a few of our alumni have taken following their expeditions.