Posted by VolunteerSG Admin | Posted in Call for Volunteers | Posted on 03-03-2016
Methodist Children and Youth Centre Community Services Society (MCYC) looking forVolunteers P4 DAY CAMP It is a 5-hour programme with workshops and activities for the whole cohort of Primary 4 students. The focus is on helping them succeed, teamwork...
The Asian is an annual event organised by the National Book Development Council of Singapore (NBDCS) to celebrate and promote the creation and appreciation of children’s books and content, with a focus on Asian themes.
In 2016, the 5-day festival will feature Japan as the Country of Focus, as well as over 100 local and international speakers including authors, illustrators, publishers, and media professionals from countries like Singapore, Japan, Australia, Philippines, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland, England and the United States.
Title: Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC)
Date: 24 – 29 May 2016
Purpose of event: The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) brings together content creators and producers with parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone interested in quality Asian content for children. This Festival provides an opportunity for writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, agents, distributors, parents, children, teachers, and librarians to meet, learn, develop their craft, and discover business opportunities.
Scope of volunteer duties: To help as Room Wardens (includes time-keeping), ushering and registration duties
Contact details: Interested volunteers can contact Judi at email@example.com.
Volunteers have played a big role in helping with our Festival for the past few years. Volunteers who help out at AFCC will be able to attend the sessions during the Festival for free, and get a chance to learn from educators and literary professionals from around the world. Meals will also be provided for them.
Find the full programme line-up at www.afcc.com.sg
Youth Corps Singapore’s signature initiative, Common Space for Common Good, will kick off with a mass volunteering event for youths to participate in based on their interests. During this one-day event, youths can engage in various community service activities islandwide to impact beneficiary groups such as the elderly, low-income families, special needs and the environment. Volunteers will participate in four hours of community service, then head back to The Red Box for a mini-carnival and installation to celebrate the spirit of volunteerism!
Below is the list of island-wide community service that volunteers will be participating in. While they may choose to volunteer based on their interested causes, they may not be able to choose the type of activity to volunteer for under each cause.
Appreciate the Pioneers
- Activities and lunch with the elderly
- Physiotherapy & enjoy hawker fare with elderly wheelchair users
- Activities at Home
- Shopping at NTUC and lunch with elderly
- Engage elderly in art and craft session and enjoy lunch together
Befriend the special needs
- Art and craft session with people with intellectual disabilities
- Touring the Heritage Garden and picnic at Singapore Botanical Gardens
Care for the Environment
- Coastal and park clean up
Delight the Family (Fully subscribed)
- Join underprivileged families to explore the Singapore Sports Hub
Registration is now open and will close at 2359hrs on 3 March 2016. Sign up at bit.ly/YCS4Good!
Please Note: This event organizer has assured that ‘The Privacy and Data Protection Agreement clause’ (in the online application form) concerning personal info being used for marketing purposes was referred to marketing the event, as opposed to commercial marketing.
Play Me, I’m Yours Singapore 2016 is looking for piano guardians to assist in looking after some lovely street pianos from 14th March to 6th April!
Originating from the UK, this nationwide community arts project is set to give a burst of colour and music to our neighbourhoods spaces and streets and WE WANT YOU!
25 pianos, decorated by 25 social organisations working 25 local artists will be placed in public spaces all over Singapore.
This project aims to engage, connect performers, artists and social welfare organisations with the public!
After the project, the pianos will be donated or auctioned off where the proceeds would go back to the 25 social welfare organisations.
*Please note this piano guardian position is only opened to those who are 18 years of age (as of 14th March 2016) and above.
There is also a compulsory briefing on 8th or 9th March (time TBC) at The Ground Theatre at *SCAPE.
You’ll receive the Official PMIY tee shirt as a token for your contribution. Please do sign up by the 21st of Feb to ensure you get the tee shirt in your preferred size.
Interested piano guardians may sign up here: http://www.streetpianos.sg/
Fair Assistants will be scheduled for shifts according to their availability from 20 – 24 April 2016. A briefing will be done on 19 April to familiarize fair assistants with the operations of Affordable Art Fair Singapore.
F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
· Front-of-house assistants
· Artwork Storage
· Features & Education Areas
· Small remuneration per shift
· A pair of complimentary tickets
· Staff meals
· Certificate of Appreciation
· Insurance coverage during the Fair
Please fill in the form, link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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