We’ve led more than 4,150 people on over 200 trips in Cambodia and Australia

Our schools, groups and trip participants keep coming back because:

…You partner in meaningful projects

Every participant gets on the tools to help complete meaningful projects that contribute to generational change and lasting impact.

…You make lifelong connections

Participants spend time with our inspiring local RAW Crew and Beneficiaries while making strong friendships with teammates through powerful shared experiences.

…You will be changed

Every participant who comes on this journey is changed. Each person will share their story and hear from others and it’s powerful stuff. This trip will become part of your story.

We’re a community, an experience, and we’re extending an invitation to join us. Request your info pack with all the details here:

Experience means best practice:

Compliance with child protection, exceeding minimum leaders-to-participant ratios, and other relevant legislation.

Australian worksite safety standards on all building project sites.

100+ combined years of team trip leadership experience.

All logistics are arranged and facilitated by local staff with local knowledge, working with our local vendors to provide a seamless and safe experience.

20+ years of experience in the non-profit space using impact measurement frameworks and latest program development strategies

Team trips are intentionally designed with positive outcomes for all beneficiaries, locals and trip participants, including integration of Cultural Intelligence training and metrics.

Make a difference.
Change lives.

As a leader, we recognise you need all the details to make an informed decision.

Fill out the form and receive an info pack including a sample trip itinerary. One of our team will be in touch.

    Stories that last a lifetime

    Joining RAW trips to build bamboo houses for families has been an immensely rewarding experience. Witnessing the transformation these houses bring to families and their lives, fuels my passion for supporting RAW Impact’s mission of giving a hand up, not a handout, through sustainable change.

    Gary James
    Director – Clear Skies Ahead

    I think it is important to leave something behind that will continue long after we’ve gone, and as a group of people, the significance of what is left is greatly increased. With RAW I get to work alongside young people and adults and help them confirm not only that we are all much more cable than we give ourselves credit for, but that together we are able to do something that significantly changes the way other people experience tomorrow, and that is an opportunity I do not want to let pass.

    Mark Botham-Clark
    Volunteer Team Leader

    RAW Impact’s philosophy to ‘give a voice to others’ aligns with the values of our School. More importantly, their actions on the ground in Cambodia live the values of inclusion, dignity and service. Through the guidance of RAW Impact, our students learn that through service love can be expressed in deeds.

    Wendy Keene
    Service Learning Coordinator
    Hale School, WA

    RAW is doing a marvellous job restoring the Yumba and setting the groundwork for future beautification projects. Trip participants learn new manual skills and also I see growth in their personal relationships through their working together on projects – It’s important for this new generation of Australians to learn the true history of Australia, and how that still impacts on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders today. It’s good for me to share what I know about our culture, as it keeps it alive in my heart and mind.

    Sue Saunders
    Gunggari Community Member

    Being a part of the Cambodia trip family has completely changed my perspective on the world & the needs of the people in it. This trip has made me realise the power of human intention and hard work, and that while a task may seem impossible to an individual, it soon becomes achievable as a group. Whereas before, I saw our trip as a means of saving those who are dependent on our help, I now realise that the goal to any volunteer work should simply be to support the people in becoming self-sufficient and able to re-establish their own lives without us. I love the mentality of the people at RAW Impact and truly believe in their “hand up, not hand out” mentality

    Jordie Kath
    Current Teacher/Past Student St Andrew’s Anglican College