Members of the Raleigh Alumni Relief Team recently organised a ‘Giving Day’ to give back to the community by distributing fresh fruits and vegetables in addition to toiletries to Raleigh Alumni and their families.
A spokesperson said today: “They were grateful to provide hampers for 131 people which included alumni and their family members.”
The group also highlighted their Project Managers and Alumni Leaders in the Community:
- Ashanti Stovell
- Chloe Baron
- Jakhera Tucker
- Jawonday Smith
- Jiqena Furqan
- Justin Cann
- Kandrea Romaine
- Krista Maria Looby
- Tajshana Tucker
- Taneah Bean
- Terrina Nolan
“Raleigh Bermuda is well known for its alumni programme in the community and recognized for having one of the highest retention rates of young people on island,” the spokesperson added.
“Raleigh Bermuda nurtures and fosters relationships with young people to support them as they transition into adulthood. The charity provides life skills that helps our young people become independent, confident, and leaders in our community.
“The success of Raleigh Bermuda is also largely in part due to the engagement of alumni returning as Project Managers to help deliver Raleigh education programs and supporting services such as the Brave and Venturers Program.”
To date, Raleigh has over 170 alumni between the ages of 18 – 35-years-old and every year individuals are able to apply as Project Managers to be camp counselors, committee members and community leaders. This year there were ten young alumni who chose to serve as Project Managers. To best fulfill their roles as active and supporting community members, they also committed their time to train in Mental Health Awareness, Youth & Addiction, CPR/First Aid, and SCARS.
For more details on how to donate, please contact Raleigh Bermuda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 333-5678.
To make a donation via online banking, please visit Raleigh on P-Tix here.