Welcome to the Dig Deep Alumni Network!
Our challenge fundraisers have been, and continue to be, the lifeblood of Dig Deep since we ran our first challenge event in 2011.
Our Alumni Network is a dedicated community of these supporters, who conquered one of our challenge events and in doing so raised thousands of pounds for Dig Deep.
The Network serves as a place where everyone can remain connected with fellow team mates, fundraisers and staff whilst being kept up to date with charity news, events and opportunities to continue supporting Dig Deep.
Current ways to continue your support of Dig Deep
Introduce your company
Is your company/organisation interested in engaging you and your employees in fundraising?
Would you be interested in a team-building challenge/event or helping the Dig Deep team pro bono?
To discuss any of this or other ways you/your organisation could support then please get in touch!
Walk the Great Rift Valley
Feel ready to take on a new challenge? We'd love to have you back!
Experience Kilimanjaro all over again or take on our new Great Rift Valley adventure. You'll visit rural Kenya and hike 90km across the great rift valley, sleeping under the stars and meet the communities that you have supported through your fundraising.
Buy some merchandise
Visit our brand new online shop packed full of products. Buy yourself anything from a Kilimanjaro inspired hoody to commemorate your achievements to unique Period Pride merchandise such as coasters, tote bags and cushions.
Remember, every item purchased helps further your impact in Kenya.
Become a Kilimanjaro Challenge Team Leader
We are looking for our next group of highly motivated and inspiring Volunteer Team Leaders for our 2024 Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya challenge.
In this role you will...
gain leadership experience by recruiting and supporting a team of like-minded adventurers and develop your skills in marketing, recruitment and event management.
fundraise throughout the year with your team and raise thousands of pounds to accelerate access to clean water and sanitation to the 1 million residents of Bomet County, Kenya.
take on the Kilimanjaro or Mount Kenya challenge with your team in 2024