Do not miss out in volunteering as one this year!
Ever wonder how a swimming meet is being run, join us in volunteering for 1st CSC Super Junior Swimming Invitational 2016 this year.
The 1st CSC Super Junior Swimming Invitational 2016 gives you the chance to volunteer with your friends and families on the 3-4 September 2016 before registration closes on 15th July 2016.
As a Volunteer you will enjoy the following benefits:
• A meaningful and memorable experience as a part of Singapore’s Swimming Calendar
• Limited edition volunteer T-shirt
• S$10 token allowance per session (4 sessions to choose from)
• Contribution to your Community Involvement Programme (CIP), where applicable.
• For those that signed up for the full day, lunch will be provided.
Various volunteer opportunities await you! You can opt to help out for one session or 4 sessions. Priority will be given to those that can commit to more sessions.
• 4 sessions are
– 0700 to 1300 on 3rd Sep (Session 1)
– 1200 to 1800 on 3rd Sep (Session 2)
– 0700 to 1300 on 4th Sep (Session 3)
– 1200 to 1800 on 4th Sep (Session 4)
• Volunteer Training Dates
(12th Aug from 1730 to 2000 or 13th Aug from 0730 to 1000)
For more enquiries:
Contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or 6345 1221
Singapore Tech Challenge 2016 (21st and 22nd June 2016) is a robotics-cum-carnival competition for Primary and Secondary school students with a keen interest in robotics and science and technology.
Venue: SUTD (near EXPO)
There will be three events: DragRace, Mazebot, XtremeOffroad
DragRace: A race where participants build a robot to complete laps in the shortest time possible.
Mazebot: A game where participants have to build a robot to complete a maze filled with various obstacles.
XtremeOffroad: A fun-filled adventure where participants build a robot to overcome various obstacles in the shortest time possible.
• Compulsory General Volunteer Meeting: 4th June 2016 (10am-3pm)
• Set-up day: 20th June 2016 (2pm-10pm)
• Event day: 21st June 2016 (8am-8pm)
Volunteers can expect interaction with kids from primary schools and the taking up of these roles:
• Team coordinators
• Robot inspectors
• Game booth officials
• Fringe activities and stage helpers
Signup as a volunteer at http://www.tinyurl.com/stc2016gv
Care Corner Student Care Corner (Woodlands) is organising a holiday programme for its 70 children from P1 to P6.
Coming from underprivileged background, these children tend not to do well academically.
The objective of the workshop is to motivate them to enjoy learning through games.
There will be 3 sessions: 1, 8, and 22 June (wednesday)
10 – 11.30 am for P1 – 3 (35 children)
1.30 to 3 pm for P4 – 6 (35 children)
20 volunteers are required to help faciliate the programme/ workshop.
If you enjoy teaching kids how to play simple games, please contact Chee Peng at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Project R.I.C.E+ is an annual nationwide initiative championed by young leaders as a Singapore Red Cross Youth Chapters’ signature project.
It was started in 2008 and this year, it is into its 9th year!
Traditionally, Project R.I.C.E, as its name suggests, is a rice collection project which collects and re-distributes rice to beneficiaries.
The project has since expanded to include other food items and toiletries that come in sets.
This project consists of 3 phases – Supermarket, Distribution and Beneficiary engagement (For Tanjong Pagar Family Service Centre).
In 2015, the project collected and brought some 13,000 packages of food and household essentials, to more than 17,500 beneficiaries.
This year, the project is seeking to mobilise approximately 300 volunteers across various corporations and schools for the supermarket phase and packing/distribution phase.
The supermarket phase will be executed on 28th May, 29th May, 4th June and 5th June, 10am-3pm, at 28 Sheng Siong outlets around Singapore.
Volunteers will be stationed at different supermarket outlets to promote and encourage shoppers to purchase item bundles for the beneficiaries.
Volunteers will be able to choose their preferred location (North, South, East, West) and will be assigned to respective outlets depending on availability and the size of the outlet.
On the day of packing and distribution, on the 16th and 23th of July 10am-4pm, volunteers will meet at the respective Family Service Centres (FSCs) that they are assigned to to repack the goods collected from the supermarket phase.
Volunteers will then distribute it to the households who will be going down to the FSC to collect their items.
If you are interested to signup as a volunteer, please go to: http://goo.gl/forms/vP5h9WKI9D
Deadline: 23 May 2016, 11.59pm