Over the years, many of our participants came from very difficult circumstances including homelessness, substance abuse and abandonment.

 

Raleigh is committed to ensuring our programme has a long-term positive impact on our participants, as our ultimate goal is to have the young people engaged in society - working or in school, and thus contributing to our community.

 

As an organisation, we believe strongly that our donors and supporters deserve to hear not only about our impact, but also about our financial management.  Our Annual Report includes a detailed 'Year in Review' plus audited financials. And, we continue to fulfill the requirements of the Bermuda National Standards Committee.  We were one of the first charities to certify in 2007, and in 2015, we underwent our second full re-certification process and passed with flying colours!  We are proud to be one of only ten Bermudian Charities to be BNSC certified until December 31st, 2019.

 

To download our Annual Report for FYE 2016, which includes our Audited Financials, please click HERE.  Be patient, it's a rather large file!

 

If you would like to download our previous Annual Reports (2007-2015), just click on the links below. Please be patient, they are large files and DropBox may require you to download them before being able to view them.

 

Fiscal Year Ending 2015

Fiscal Year Ending 2014

Fiscal Year Ending 2013

Fiscal Year Ending 2012

Fiscal Year Ending 2011

Fiscal Year Ending 2010

Fiscal Year Ending 2009

Fiscal Year Ending 2008

Fiscal Year Ending 2007

 

Please download our 2017 Case for Support to learn more about our programmes, our participants and our levels of success. 

 

2015 was a very busy year for us as we also underwent our second Strategic Planning Process in our Charity's history.  With the genero support of The Bank of Bermuda Foundation and Fidelit International Ltd., we developed our Strategic Plan for 2016-2020.  To download our Strategic Plan, please click HERE.


Additionally, Raleigh International (UK) has worked with the Institute of Public Policy Research (ippr), Dr Simon Beames from the University of Edinburgh and Dr Tim Stott from Liverpool John Moores University to evaluate the impact of the expedition on participants and alongside Dr Julia Mitchell and Bryan Michell from the University of Birmingham to evaluate the impact of our work on the developing communities.   Visit their website to see full reports.


Featured Alumni

 

Volunteer of the Year 6Dec18 for websiteJawonday Smith

Jawonday completed his expedition to Costa Rica & Nicaragua in 2012 and has been volunteering with Raleigh Bermuda ever since. In 2017, he returned overseas to volunteer again with Raleigh Borneo for 10 weeks to continue his personal and leadership development. Whether it's as a Leader for our Training Camps or as a Mentor to our young Bermudians, Jawonday continues to be an integral part of our Raleigh Family and Programmes.

 

 

“Not only is Raleigh Bermuda a journey of personal development, it is a journey of community and understanding. I've completed two expeditions and worked with Raleigh Bermuda for the past five years. I've worked with many people who have wanted the betterment for themselves and others, there comes a point in time where you have to hop up off your seat and realize you have the potential to change the world.” Jawonday

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