Dream Singapore is a bold social movement to touch, inspire, and empower 1,000 lives in 30 days through 15-minute laser coaching sessions.
The vision is to connect Singaporeans to their dreams to unleash their inner creativity and passion, to create a more creative and entrepreneurial society.
The movement seeks to effect outer change through inner change.
Master Certified Coach Kelvin Lim has coached everyone and anyone, from CEOs, government officials, to youths-at-risk. He now works with MOE, the National Youth Council, and the Singapore Family Courts. He usually charges up to $1,500/hour, and has agreed to make coaching accessible to the public, at no charge.
Last year, a bunch of passionate volunteers organised a coaching campaign that touched almost 150 lives. People were inspired, they gained clarity in their lives and career, unleashed energy to persevere in their journeys, and even reconciled troubled marriages.
This year, the movement is returning bigger, better, bolder. It has partnered with The Hidden Good, Naiise, The Working Capitol, and Bridge Partnership to bring you Dream Singapore – coaching campaign for a cause.
Volunteer to give back to the community and gain exposure running with a team of highly energetic, passionate change-makers in a national level project.
If you have leadership aspirations, you can also be trained to lead a small team of volunteers.
Date: 1 – 31 October 2-16
Time: 12pm – 7pm
Venue: Central Singapore
Sign up to volunteer at http://dreamsingapore.setmore.com/.
Visit the website at https://dreamsingapore.wordpress.com/.
Email email@example.com for more information.
Caring People SG does visits to help the sick and needy Singaporeans, especially elderly who are living alone by themselves without much support and assistance.
During the visits, volunteers will be carrying out consultations and providing basic staple food too.
Keen to be a volunteer? Please contact 91503920
Chingay 2017 will be held on Friday 10 Feb and Saturday 11 Feb 2017 at the F1 Pit Building.
Chingay will be celebrating its 45th anniversary with the parade theme “Soundwaves Chingay, We Care Singapore” and it will be a parade of water, fire, snow, lights and musical parade. Through Chingay, the event aims to bring Singaporeans together to celebrate the We Care Singapore Spirit to work towards building an Inclusive and Loving Community.
Every year, thousands of volunteers from different ages, racial groups, occupations and nationalities volunteer with us for Chingay Parade. Not only would this be a good opportunity to meet new volunteers from all walks of life, it also reinforces the calling of Chingay Parade being a people’s parade, a platform that unites multi-ethnic groups and celebrates the diversity within Singapore.
Through Chingay, volunteers will not only learn the importance of their respective roles on how they play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operation of the parade, and how their efforts and contributions could positively influence the experience of the audience and performers. They will also have fun getting to meet new friends within their respective volunteer groups and with each role they will have its opportunity to interact with members of the public, performers and working crews.
By being part of this national parade, volunteers will also get a sense of how a parade of such scale is put together through efforts, passion and enthusiasm of the different cultural groups, communities and organizations.
Through this platform, volunteers get to experience how their mutual collaborative efforts have a significant positive impact on their personal experiences when they are on the ground executing their duties.
To volunteer, click the link: https://chingay.org.sg/chingay2017/volunteers
Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) proudly presents the third edition of Project IsLand-A-Hand, a unique volunteering opportunity for nature enthusiasts to give back to the environment while networking with fellow like-minded youth.
All youths above the age of 14 are welcomed to join to show your appreciation for the environment, and learn how to protect natural bio-diversity and serve as advocates for sustainability.
Volunteers can look forward to:
· Trekking in Pulau Ubin
· Contributing to reforestation efforts at Tanjong Tajam
· Making a difference to Pulau Ubin’s coastal cleanliness
· Hanging out with fellow nature enthusiasts
Lunch and refreshments will also be provided. Please see attached and below for more details.
Event: Project IsLand-A-Hand
Date: Saturday, 3 September 2016
Time: 8.00am – 4.00pm
Minimum age: 14-years-old
Outward Bound Reception Centre
22 Punggol Road, Track 19
How to register:
Register online at http://bit.ly/PIAH-Sep2016
Friday, 29 August 2016 at 12.00pm
*Note that registration closes when limited spaces are filled
For more information, please contact OBS_Programmes@nyc.gov.sg