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Hearty Flag Day calling for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 05-12-2016


Hearty Flag Day is an important fundraising event for the Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF),

as the funds are needed to provide financial assistance to needy heart patients and to facilitate

public education programmes. SHF would be most grateful if you can support their Hearty Flag Day 2017

on the 21st January 2017 (Saturday) by signing up as a tin bearer!

Details of Hearty Flag Day 2017 are as follows:

Date: 21st January 2017 (Saturday) Shift:

9am – 12.30pm

10am – 1.30pm

11am – 2.30pm

12pm – 3.30pm

1pm – 4.30pm

2pm – 5.30pm

Reporting Station (Subject to change):

Bishan, Junction 8 – SHF office

Outram MRT Station

Jurong East MRT Station

Plaza Singapura

Tampines Regional Library

Interested individuals can sign up via https://goo.gl/forms/haStGiNOpnrCK9Va2

For enquiries, please contact Ms Tan Li Hao at 6354 9352 or email lihao@heart.org.sg.

Start the New Year right by volunteering for Hearty Flag Day 2017!!! Hope to see you there!   

2017 Flag Day






Lions Befrienders Flag Day

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 31-10-2016


Greetings from Lions Befrienders!

Lions Befrienders (LB) is an established local voluntary welfare organization (VWO) that reaches out to the vulnerable seniors in Singapore who are at risk of social isolation. Our mission is to provide friendship and care for seniors to age in place with community participation, enabling them to enjoy meaningful and enriching lives.

We will be holding our Flag Day on 7 December 2016, Wednesday, and we aim to raise $150,000 for this event that will benefit our seniors. We would like to appeal to your organisation to reach out for volunteers to sign up as flag sellers on 7 December 2016

Flag sellers are great assets to us, as we depend on them not only in raising funds, but also in spreading the awareness of our seniors to the public. Flag sellers are ambassadors for Lions Befrienders for a day! Join us in our mission to alleviate social isolation amongst seniors whilst empowering them to live independently in our community. Volunteers will be able to incur co-curricular activities (CCA) points if required. We hope that you can help to post in the portal to help us get flag sellers. 

There are three shifts available for volunteers to choose from:

1st shift – 7.30am to 9.30am

2nd shift – 11am to 2pm

3rd shift – 4pm to 7pm

Volunteers may wish to registration via the following link :


For group registration, please download the form and  email to xiangyun@lionsbefrienders.org.sg


If you have any queries pertaining to our
event, or wish to indicate your interest in supporting our flag day, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Valen Tan Husistein at valentan@lionsbefrienders.org.sg or 6681 4963.

Your support will enable LB to alleviate social isolation amongst our seniors, whilst empowering them to live independently as valued members of our community.  We look forward to hearing from you, and on behalf of all the seniors, we sincerely thank you for your kind support.


Progress Glass Society looking for Volunteer Tutors

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 19-10-2016


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Camp REConnection calling for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 19-10-2016


Camp REConnection is a project initiative started in 2014 by Ren Ci Hospital, targeted at post-secondary students. NUS USP [National University of Singapore (University Scholars Programme)], in collaboration with Ren Ci Hospital will be organizing a 4-day camp with the objective of reconnecting the elderly and youths of today. On behalf of NUS USP, we are writing to seek your assistance in publicising Ren Ci Hospital and NUS USP’s camp collaboration. 

Aimed at youth participants between 16 and 19 years old, we hope to raise awareness of the problems that beleaguer the elderly sector in Singapore, particularly the elderly who require long-term care. The 4-day camp shall comprise a combination of theoretical and practical activities, culminating in an outdoor activity with the elderly. Through exposing the youths to the difficulties faced by the elderly in their daily lives, we hope to stimulate their thought and compassion, thereby helping them to better empathise with the older generation. Participants can look forward to an enriching line-up of programmes, including dialect lessons as well as fun activities such as gardening with the elderly. One of the highlights of  this  year’s camp is the talks on Singapore’s population  landscape,  eldercare  and  policies  pertaining  to  our  silver  generation by healthcare professionals in the professionals in the eldercare industry such as Council for Third Age. These programmes will be held at Ren Ci Nursing Home, which will give students a unique first-hand experience in interacting with the elderly residents. 

Our previous two runs of the programme had garnered very positive feedback from our participants. Many reflected that they gained a better understanding of the needs and difficulties of the elderly, and were also able to communicate with the elderly more effectively. 

Details of Camp REConnection III

Dates                         : 12th to 15th December 2016

Time                           : 9am to 5pm

Registration Fees       : $10 (inclusive of daily lunch) 

Registration is open from now until 31 October 2016. Interested youths can sign up by registering online via http://tinyurl.com/camprec3signup. CIP hours will also be awarded to participants in appreciation of their time spent interacting with the elderly residents.



Spider Enzyme Skincare you must try

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Interesting | Posted on 28-09-2016


Have you tried the last Skincare from Korea? Creams and Gel filled with Spider Enzyme!



Read more at AsiaOne Women http://women.asiaone.com/women/beauty/beauty-creams-filled-spider-enzymes-are-apparently-good-your-skin#sthash.RBlA5fvh.gbpl

Buy it at Qoo10. sg http://list.qoo10.sg/item/SPIDER-ENZYMES-DAILY-CALMING-CREAM/486595597


Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 24-09-2016





Affordable Art Fair Singapore – November Edition 2016 looking for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 24-09-2016





Fair Assistants will be scheduled for shifts according to their availability from 16 – 20 November 2016. A briefing will be done on 15 November to familiarize fair assistants with the venue and operations of Affordable Art Fair Singapore.


F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard


·      Front-of-house assistants

·      Artwork Storage

·      Features & Education Areas


·      Small remuneration per shift

·      A pair of complimentary tickets

·      Staff meals per shift

·      Certificate of Appreciation 

·      Insurance coverage during the Fair


Please fill in the form through this lin: https://goo.gl/forms/P0Sud2uiGjBiJGGX2 or email vanessa@affordableartfair.com if you need any help.



Loving Heart calling for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 24-09-2016


loving Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong) is a non-profit voluntary welfare organization (VWO) and we serve the residents and community of Jurong constituency.

Our mission: To serve the residents and needy students to the best of our abilities, through programmes and activities, with professionalism in promoting social and multi-racial community bonding.

One of the programs that our organization offers is the STAMP/STRIVE Program.

The Sports, Tuition and Mentoring Programme (S.T.A.M.P) was launched in February 2006 to reach out to at-risk children and youths within a school setting. S.T.A.M.P aims to train and improve these students physically, academically, and equip them with values and life skills through 3 key components: Sports, Tuition, and Mentoring.


Volunteers will help out in the third component, Mentoring. Selected Mentors will be sponsored to undergo training on how to mentor youth.

Tentatively, we are looking to recruit 35-45 mentors for Year 2017. We would allocate 3-5 mentors to each school of 20 students. There are 9 participating school under Jurong area in this STAMPSTRIVE Program.

Description of roles:

-To provide support and serve as positive role model and befriender to students and build positive relationships.

-To conduct mentoring sessions at respective schools based on the recommended curriculum provided.

-To help build self-esteem and motivation in the students, assist them with setting goals to achieve academic and personal success.

Advantage of Volunteering with us!

- Go through a training course to enhance your own knowledge about mentoring

- Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills

- Allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place

- YOU can make a difference in this society!

Required Commitment: From Jan 2017. 1 day weekly or 1 day every alternate week. Every session is 1-1.5 hours.

At least 6 months – 9 months commitment throughout a whole year.

For additional information, the schools involved are:  Rulang Primary, Shuqun Primary, Lakeside Primary, Fuhua Secondary, Hong Kah Secondary, Jurong Secondary, Jurongville, Secondary, Shuqun Secondary, Yuhua Secondary

Volunteers are required to go through an interview with Loving Heart before volunteering.

Interested volunteers can send their details to wanqian@lovingheartj.org or call us at 6567 4166 and we will reach out to you with more details on the next working day.

For more details regarding the STAMPSTRIVE Mentoring Programme, you can visit : https://www.facebook.com/events/1803040883316267/ or http://www.lovingheartj.org/stamp.html

CareNights calling for Volunteers

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 06-09-2016









Morning Star was formed in 1999 to enrich and strengthen family relationships in Singapore. We were registered as an independent non-profit, voluntary welfare organization in 2002 and became a member of the National Council of Social Service and serve people of all races and religions. Our core services include student care, individualized learning intervention for struggling pupils, parenting and couple workshops and trainings and counselling for individuals, families and groups.

Our most recent programme is CareNights @ Morning Star, which started operations in March this year at Blk 95 Bedok North Avenue 4 (by day this is Primavera Student Care Centre), Mon to Fri, 6pm to 10pm. It is the first programme in Singapore that provides night care for less privileged children aged 6-14 to offer their stressed parents an opportunity for caregiving respite or a chance to improve their earning capacity by taking night classes/upgrading courses.

CareNights follows an upstream and early intervention approach whereby we focus on character formation through virtues inculcation and socio-emotional learning so that the children can meet the requirements of schools, prioritize and make responsible decisions themselves and behave appropriately in different contexts. A sensible child is an encouragement to parents.

While they are at CareNights, the children are provided a safe and positive environment. The programmes at CareNights focus on virtues formation, wellness of the children, social responsibility, development and curiosity and regulation of emotional and mental well-being. We provide academic coaching and other skill-based activities for the children (Speech and Drama, Art and Crafts, Sports and Games, Dance, Movie/Music Appreciation). Dinner and light refreshments are also provided to the kids at our centre.

 We are in need of volunteers who can teach academic subjects (English, Science, Maths, Mother Tongue), help to deliver our values formation programme, and lead the children in the above-mentioned skilled-based activities. We are also open to other areas where volunteers can contribute.




Let your skills, talent or time count!  

If you have time to spare or are looking to make a difference in the community, and are:

  • Mature in outlook (at least 17 years old)                             
  • Energetic
  • Committed and responsible
  • Patient & respectful
  • Enjoy interacting with kids
  • Open to learning
  • Have a positive mind-set

How can you help?

  • If you possess any of the talents or skills mentioned above, join us.
  • If you have other talents to offer, let us know. We‘ll find a way to accommodate you.
  • If you simply like to work with children and families to better their life, we welcome you too!

How much time can you give?

We welcome:

  • students and adults who can only spend 2 hours a week for 6 or 12 months
  • students who would like to volunteer on termly basis (10 weeks)
  • groups/teams who can volunteer only during holiday (3-4 weeks)
  • school leavers/young adults/retirees who are willing to meet a need, regardless of time
  • students on School Internship Programme

If you are interested , please email jaanani@morningstar.org.sg.



Volunteer for Race to Save

Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 24-08-2016


Race to Save is an event organised by nEbO, the junior league of the NTUC labour union. We aim help children recognise the need to recycle and help protect our Earth. It is a station games and craft session for them to have a hands on learning experience on how to utilise the 3Rs in their daily lives. It would be a day of great fun and games. 
The event would be held this Saturday on 20th August 2016 from 12.30-6pm. The location would be at 1 Jalan Kukoh Lvl 3 (s)161001, which is near Outram Park  MRT station. We are looking for volunteers aged 17-24 to take part in this event! 
Lunch would be provided. 
Interested volunteers, you may email bernice.teo.zw@gmail.com for more enquiries.