We are a global community of more than 44,000 inspiring and inspired people. Whether you volunteered with us this year or 30 years ago, you are part of our amazing international community of global citizens.
Our vision is for a world in which people live and work together to build a sustainable future. Working hand-in-hand, we can make this a reality.
Whether it’s inspiring young people to take part in our programmes – especially those you think could contribute to and benefit from volunteering, joining us for a networking event, or helping us assess future volunteers – the Raleigh alumni network brings our community together to stay involved and connected.
On our blog, you can find stories and inspiration from what our active and inspiring network of people are doing after their time volunteering on a Raleigh programme.
With host country and international volunteers, we have a strong network of inspired people, many of whom are continuing to make a difference in their own communities or around the world.
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From establishing a youth network to launching into space, take a look at the paths a few of our alumni have taken after volunteering with Raleigh.
Find stories and inspiration from what our active and inspiring network of alumni.
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We want to hear your stories, and the inspiring ways you have remained active citizens, led sustainable lives and careers, and continued to create positive change after volunteering.
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