• Posted by SG Volunteer Team on March 26th, 2017

The Amazing Maritime Challenge 2017 – Volunteer Recruitment

The Amazing Maritime Challenge 2017 (AMC 2017) is an adventure race where 600 teams of 2 compete mentally and physically across Singapore to complete a series of games designed to help them discover more about maritime Singapore.

AMC 2017 is organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, in conjunction with Singapore Maritime Week.

Event Date: 23rd April 2017

Location: Marina Square

Volunteer Roles
·         Game Reviewer (10th April)
·         Event Pack Packing (18th April)
·         Event Crew (23th  April)
·         Volunteer Welfare (23th April)

Volunteer Benefits
·         Volunteer Tee
·         Transport Allowance
·         Meals

Not only that, students will have a whale of a time, make new friends, broaden their social circle and gain experience that they can’t find anywhere else!

Volunteer registration is now open and closes on 14th April 2017!

Click here to register!

For enquires, feel free to email volunteers@pichevent.com or call 6814 0425.


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on March 24th, 2017

KDF Flag Day 2017 Volunteers Needed

Kidney Dialysis Foundation, in partnership with Cheng Hong Welfare Service Society is organising their Joint Flag Day on 22 July 2017.

Through this flag day, funds raised will benefit help two different groups of beneficiaries – needy kidney patients and low-income elderly.

Details of the event:
Date: 22nd July 2017, Saturday
Time: 09:00am – 1:00pm (Shift A)
12:00pm – 4:00pm (Shift B)

Reporting Centres: Bishan MRT Station | Bugis MRT Station | Jurong East MRT Station | Serangoon MRT Station | Tampines MRT Station |Woodlands MRT Station

If you are interested to volunteer, do sign up at https://goo.gl/forms/Owe6BQMDEaR5T0Ip2 by 02 July 2017.

For more information, please contact 6559 2650 / daniel.yao@kdf.org.sg


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on March 15th, 2017

Volunteer Recruitment for Mentoring Programme

Are you passionate about working with youths? Do you want to make a difference in a youth’s life?

The Sports, Tuition and Mentoring Programme (STAMP) have impacted lives of many at-risk students in participating Primary and Secondary school partners positively.

Adopting a holistic approach, STAMP aims to train and improve student mentees physically, academically and equip them with sound moral values.

The three components are conducted once every week separately, by sports coaches and tutors who have been engaged externally to guide students in the programme.

For the mentoring component, kind-hearted volunteers like you are welcome to mentor the student beneficiaries.

As the backbone of the programme, the mentors play an important role in the well-being of the student beneficiaries.

You will play a role as big brothers and sisters to these students, and instil positivity and confidence into them.

Loving Heart Multi-Service Centre (Jurong) is looking for volunteers who are:
ü    Age 18 and above
ü    Able to commit for at least 6 to 9 months
ü    Available on weekday afternoons at participating schools
ü    Passionate about working with youths
ü    Able to attend a 4 day training course at Boys’ Town to better understand and communicate with youths

To sign up or find out more, please contact 6567-4166 or via email cindy@lovingheartj.org


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on March 13th, 2017

Regular & Ad-hoc Volunteers needed

Worldwide Transformation Ltd (WTL) aspires to reach out to local communities in every nation so as to effect change in the lives and livelihoods of its people.

Hence, it has taken the initiative by beginning first with our local community here in Singapore.

Using a ministry base located at ‘Little India’, WTL reaches out to different nationalities by offering practical help or kind acts of service.

These beneficiaries, largely foreign workers from different nations, come from India, Nepal and Bangladesh.

This outreach work has also been extended across to families and the elderly in our neighbourhood, many of whom are Singaporeans.

Currently, volunteers are welcome to signup with the following programmes:

1) Free computer & english classes (for foreign workers) weekly program
Scope of volunteer duties:
English or Computer class instructors (Basic – Advanced)
Registration & general help before classes.
* Admin help  (prepare certificate of attendance for graduates)
* Call and text reminders for new students.

Date: Rotating Sundays or * During weekdays, office hours.
Time: 4.30pm- 7.30pm
Venue of event:  Little India shophouse

Purpose of the event: Provide practical help to the foreign workers.

2) For family & their children’s activities, social gatherings & resident outreach work
Scope of volunteer duties:
co-ordinate events
general helpers
befrienders

Date:  Ad-hoc events/ TBA
Time:  Saturdays
Venue:  Little India shophouse
Purpose of events:  To provide a gathering platform for social, recreational and family needs.

If you are interested to signup, please contact Gabby at gabbyrachaelchew@gmail.com