Using overseas expeditions, local training and ongoing coaching, we challenge young Bermudians to harness their full potential and develop skills for life.
Are you a Bermudian aged 17-24 and looking for a challenge, a change or a way to transform your life? Contact us now to 'Find Out What You're Made Of'.
We are able to provide young Bermudians with life-changing experiences through the generosity of our Donors and Sponsors. Please contact us to learn how you can join our Raleigh Family and make a difference in the life of a young person.
With over 116 Alumni Members, we are a family of people who understand and support each other. We also know how to have fun, give back to the community and make a difference in the lives of others.
Raleigh International Bermuda is able to provide young Bermudians with this experience through the generosity of our sponsors. It costs approximately $11,500/participant for our year-long programme
Raleigh Bermuda has events, and fundraising activities throughout the year. If you want to get involved, click here for more information.
Over the years, many of our participants came from very difficult circumstances including homelessness, substance abuse and abandonment.
Become a Friend of Raleigh and support our programme that is helping to change the lives of young Bermudians! Your donation will support the pre-expedition training here on-island
Jermae completed her expedition to Borneo in 2012 and has been volunteering with Raleigh Bermuda ever since. Whether it's as a Leader for our Training Camps, as the new Chair of our Alumni Committee or as a Member of our Board, Jermae continues to be an integral part of our Raleigh Family and Programmes.
“Before Raleigh, I was living in a deep dark depression. I felt that my life wasn’t going anywhere and I wasn’t accomplishing any of my life goals. Then tragedy struck in 2011 when my cousin, Malcolm Outerbridge, had his life taken shortly after returning from his Raleigh expedition to Borneo. Hearing about his experience and how Raleigh had changed his life, I thought about my life and the change it needed. Upon my return to Bermuda, I became motivated, confident, and happy and have since had many opportunities and accomplishments.” Jermae