• Posted by SG Volunteer Team on June 23rd, 2019

Inclubuds 2.0 (Yew Tee CC) Volunteer Recruitment

Location: Yew Tee CC
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Date: Every Friday (16 Aug 2019 – 4 Oct 2019)

Calling for Youth Volunteers 15-25 years old!

Inclubuds aim to provide one-to-one individualised support for children with special needs. Volunteers will be involved in providing academic assistance (such as school work), modelling of appropriate social skills and befriending through enrichment activities with the children. Each child will be paired up with their personal buddy that will follow them throughout the 8 weeks journey!

Volunteers will play an active role in shaping the program specific to every child.

Sign up here! www.tinyurl.com/inclubudsvol2


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on June 20th, 2019

Wild Rice Show – FOH Volunteers needed

Wild Rice’s Young & W!LD invites you to enter a world of theatrical ideas and possibilities. Through a constellation of words and images, the company unpacks how theatre is made and how it helps us make sense of the world in which we live.

Written by acclaimed theatre-maker Edith Podesta in collaboration with Young & W!LD, Anything Can Happen/Something Must Happen is playful, inventive and experimental – a thrilling experience that asks you to suspend your disbelief as you help us transform an empty space into a theatre.

Wild Rice is looking for volunteers to help out at the show on 4 July to 7 July 2019 at Aliwal Arts Centre. Come and be a part of the drama!

Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre
28 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199918

FOH duties include:
• Welcoming guests at the theatre foyer;
• Ushering the audience into the theatre;
• Registering audience members as Friends of W!LD RICE; and
• Assisting in various FOH administrative duties.

The show schedule for Anything Can Happen/Something Must Happen is as follows:
• Evening performances from Thursday to Sunday at 7.30pm
• Matinee performances on Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm

Interested volunteers must be able to commit to these timings for FOH duty:
• Evening performances: 6.30pm to 10pm
• Matinee performances: 1.30pm to 5pm

Dress Code: SMART CASUAL. Please refrain from wearing slippers, singlets, shorts or school uniforms when on duty.

You will get:
– TWO (02) complimentary tickets to volunteers who complete FOH duty for SIX (06) shows;
OR
– ONE (01) complimentary ticket to volunteers who complete FOH duty for FOUR (04) shows.

The tickets may be redeemed after FOH duties have been completed. Community Involvement Programme (CIP) hours will be given upon request.

Those who are interested in volunteering, please email foh@wildrice.com.sg with your full name, contact number and available dates/time slots.


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on June 19th, 2019

Looking for Volunteers – Wag The Dog Theatre

Wag The Dog Theatre presents: How I Learned To Drive – by Paula Vogel

Paula Vogel’s acclaimed play is set in 1960s rural America and explores a teenage girl’s coming of age as she navigates a complicated relationship with an older man – her aunt’s husband, Peck. This journey of a woman looking back on her life and her relationship with her aunt’s husband, blurs the line between what is wrong, and what feels right. It’s frequently confronting as the writer questions how far we will go to excuse wrong-doing in the name of love. Vignettes from a Greek-style chorus add many moments of levity and pathos to the picture of a family with no bassense ic of the rules of the road.

Details of volunteering are as follows:
Date: 25 – 29 July 2019
Time: 6.30pm; 2pm for the 29th
Location: Drama Centre Blackbox
Role: Usher, crowd control, collect survey forms etc…

Points to Note:
Volunteers need to be aged 16 and above
Preferably, volunteers are to be in full black attire

For further enquiries, please email Shane at shane@wagthedog.sg or call 96605450


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on June 15th, 2019

Both Sides, Now – FOH Volunteer Open Call

This year, the Both Sides, Now Carnival brings individuals, friends, families and community together to enjoy the moment of being alive, while acknowledging our mortality which is interconnected with others.

Through performances, installations, films, and participatory arts activities for all ages, this Carnival is an enjoyable and meaningful way to connect with ourselves, and those we care about.

Details of volunteering are as follows:
Date: 3 – 7 July 2019
Time: 4.00pm – 10.30pm (Breaks will be given in between)
Location: Open field next to SAFRA Mount Faber
Role: Usher, flyering, serve tea, crowd control, tending food/ info booth, collect feedback forms

Points to Note:
1) Volunteers need to be aged 18 and above
2) Volunteers to attend at least 1 rehearsal/FOH briefing on one of these dates & times on site:
a) 30 June 2019, 7pm – 10.30pm
b) 1 July 2019, 7pm – 10.30pm
c) 2 July 2019, 7pm – 10.30pm

For further enquiries, please email Joeve at volunteer@artswok.org or call 6324 5434

Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/bsn2019volunteer

Registration Deadline: Monday, 24 June 2019

Website: bothsidesnow.sg
Facebook: facebook.com/bothsidesnowsg