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We are offering a grant scheme to encourage Singapore youths to participate in international expeditions organised by Raleigh International (United Kingdom). The grant aims to provide young people from all walks of life greater opportunities for international volunteerism. We hope that the opportunity will inspire recipients to make a positive impact on the lives of others in Singapore upon return from the expedition.

The grant is available to any Singapore Citizen and Permanent Resident aged 17 to 35 who wish to participate in a Raleigh International Expedition. Funding of up to $1000 will be provided to successful applicants depending on the duration of the expedition. Applications are open throughout the year and should be submitted to Raleigh Society at least three months before the start date of the intended expedition. To apply or for more details, please write in to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For details about Raleigh International Expeditions, please visit www.raleighinternational.org/our-expeditions.

To learn more about the expeditions that we have organised, please go to Globe Trekkers

Let's Take A Walk 2015



Let’s Take A Walk is a non-profit, 100km round island group endurance walking event organized a group of like-mined volunteers who share the conviction to pay it forward. 2015 will be the 9th instalment and this year LTAW has a special meaning to Raleigh Society. It is organized in remembrance of Sheau Wen.

Sheau Wen has left peacefully on 30 January 2015 after having bravely battled cancer for 8 years. Sheau Wen has been synonymous to the Society, both within and beyond. She was at the helm of the Society from 2007 – 2013, alternating between the role of the Vice President and President even after being diagnosed with cancer.

LTAW 2015 will be held on 5 September 2015. Keep a look out for the registration opening.

As with previous walks, LTAW continues to encourage Singaporeans from all walks of life to challenge their physical limits and raise the awareness of PAYING IT FORWORD through this overnight round island walk. Each year, LTAW help to raise fund for a beneficiary. This year’s beneficiary is HCA Hospice. This HCA Hospice has helped provided home care to Sheau Wen near the last stage of her life and Sheau Wen would very much want to be able to give back in return.

Project ABC



Many of the local teachers, from the schools in the less developed part of Asia, who are tasked to teach the English Language, often have only a basic level of the English Language. They are usually struggling with the language themselves. There’s also a lack of training opportunities and language exposure made available to them.

Project ABC is conceived with the aim to equip these local teachers with a better language foundation and teaching skills. Through conducting English Language improvement lessons and sharing creative ways of conducting English Language lessons with these teachers, the project hopes to benefit both the local teachers and students in a more sustainable way.

The first Project ABC’s phase was carried out in Myanmar from 7 – 14 Dec 2014 with 3 volunteers and training with 14 local teachers from 2 remote village schools. The next project phases in Myanmar will be in June and December 2015.

June & December 2015 Phases



Project ABC is a long-term continuation project. It is, at this moment, in the infancy and development stage. The 2 key volunteers, Deborah Low and SimPernYiau, will be continuing to lead and develop the project. They’ll be working to formalize a training course structure. They’re continuing the training with the 14 local teachers in June and December 2015.

June 2015 phase will be on 5 - 15 June 2015.

If you’re keen to find out more information on Project ABC, please email to Vinnie Tan (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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