• Posted by SG Volunteer Team on May 21st, 2017

Compassion Flag Day – Recruitment for Volunteers

Compassion Day is a flag day jointly organised by the Compassion Fund and Beyond Social Services on 10th June 2017.

Purpose of Event

  • To raise awareness and funds for Beyond Social Services and Compassion Fund while gaining broad-based support.
  • Funds will go into the programs for Beyond Social Services and Compassion Fund.

How You can show your Support:
Event Day (Sat 10 June)

Distribution Centre Supervisors (2 shifts – 8am to 2pm, 1pm to 7pm. Various locations)

  • In charge of all activities of distribution centre, mainly assignment of collection tins to flag sellers.
  • To be accountable for all tins collected.

If you are interested, please register at: https://www.giving.sg/volunteer-event?event_activity_id=4968324

Flag Sellers

  • To help with flag-selling for a minimum of 2 hours between 9am and 6pm.
  • Volunteers can choose to do so with their friends and family or join the community members (beneficiaries) of Beyond to sell flags.
  • Reporting times at Distribution Centres are 9am to 10am, 12pm to 1pm or 3pm to 4pm.
  • All Donation Bags must be returned by 6pm.

If you are interested, please register at: https://www.giving.sg/volunteer-event?event_activity_id=4968386

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on May 20th, 2017

Home Sweep Home 2017 – Calling for Volunteers

What is Home Sweep Home?
Home Sweep Home will entail a mass clean-up of 200 homes belonging to vulnerable elderly and those living with disabilities living in one- or two-room rental flats, as well as litter-picking across Chai Chee, Bukit Merah and Toa Payoh. Volunteers are invited to help out on Event Day at any of the three locations.

Date: 8 July 2017, Saturday
Time: 830am to 12pm
Venue: Either Chai Chee, Bukit Merah, or Toa Payoh

Home Sweep Home has three main components:
1) HomeWorks Lite (8.00am – 11.30am)
A light version of Habitat Singapore’s regular home cleaning Project HomeWorks programme, where volunteers help clean up the houses of vulnerable elderly and people with disabilities living in one- and two-room rental flats.

2) UnLitter Red Dot (9.30am – 11.30am)
A mass litter-picking exercise where we seek to start conversations about what it means to care for one’s living space beyond the four corners of our homes.

3) Carnival (11.30am – 2.00pm)
The event will be rounded off with a carnival that showcases the Habitat Village (an interactive exhibition of Habitat’s work), and potentially a participant-contributed collage to represent their collective efforts to make Singapore a decent place to live.

Volunteers will help to facilitate the litter picking segment of Home Sweep Home, usher teams and encourage conversation with participants on how we can inculcate a civic-mindset in keeping Singapore clean rather than clean-ed!

Volunteers must be independent, responsible and eager-to-help. More importantly, you must enjoy working with people and ensure that the participants are well taken care of. Bonus points if you are an extrovert who enjoys engaging and motivating people!

All volunteers will be required to attend one briefing held in late June.

For enquiries, please contact Joyce at joyce@habitat.org.sg or 6744 7326.
To register as volunteer, please click here.

Registration deadline: 9 June 2017, 2359 hrs

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on May 20th, 2017

Ageing-in-Place Community Care Team (AIP-CCT) Home Visit Volunteer Programme

Introduction on AIP-CCT Programme
The AIP-CCT programme is a post-discharge, nurse-led home visit service provided by a multidisciplinary team, comprising, nurses, doctors, therapists, pharmacists, medical social workers and healthcare assistants, to support patients in addressing their clinical, psychosocial and home environmental needs.  The aim is to support patients and their caregivers so that they can manage well at home and in the community.

AIP-CCT Volunteer Programme   
Volunteers play a part in promoting the health and well-being of the patients in the AIP-CCT programme by visiting them at their homes and carrying out an array of tasks to support them. Once there is any area of concern, they would flag them to the nurses in-charge so that appropriate actions can be taken. This could help to prevent the patients from being readmitted to the hospital again.

Roles of volunteers during home visits include:

  • Befriending
  • Monitor vital signs, e.g. blood pressure
  • Remind clients to take medication
  • Carry out simple exercise with clients
  • Engage clients in diversional activities, e.g. simple games, scrapbooking, etc
  • Escort clients to appointments/ for errands
  • Look out for issues that the clients might be facing, including medical, social and home environment, and ensure prompt feedback to AIP-CCT staff.


1. Profile
– Seniors aged 50 and above as the team gear towards encouraging active ageing and to promote more suitable volunteer-client match.
– Empathetic and caring individual who enjoys befriending older adults and possesses good communication and listening skills.
– Comfortable to travel out in the community and carry out home visits.

2. Commitment
– To commit at least 6 months.
– To fulfil a minimum of 1 weekly visit per client, with a recommended duration of at least 45 minutes per visit

3. Availability
– Preferably to be available on a weekday morning/afternoon for introductory joint-home visit(s) with the nurses. Up to volunteers’ convenient day/timing for subsequent visits.

For Volunteer Application Form, please visit https://www.ktph.com.sg/Volunteer
For enquiries, please email to tan.tricia.lx@alexandrahealth.com.sg

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

Calling for Volunteers – W!LD RICE Boeing Boeing 2017

Get ready to be on board with W!LD RICE this June with its classic comedy Boeing Boeing!

It’s a swinging bachelor’s dream come true: three beautiful air stewardesses, each taking her turn as his girlfriend… and each happily unaware of the others’ existence. Sounds impossible? Not if you’re Bernard, its modern-day Casanova! With careful, down-to-the-minute scheming, he’s managed to keep his hectic love life cruising at the perfect altitude.

But turbulence ensues when his friend Robert comes to stay. Suddenly, Bernard’s schedule falls apart, as typhoons, volcanic ash and speedier planes wreak havoc on his precision planning. Can Bernard ride out the storm? How long can he keep it all up? Fasten your seat belts – Boeing Boeing will take you on a mile-high adventure you won’t forget!

This brand-new revival will be directed by Pam Oei, one of its original stewardesses now taking over the cockpit as their pilot!

Volunteers are invited to help out with Front-of-House duties from 23 June – 22 July 2017 at the Victoria Theatre.

FOH duties include:
– Welcoming guests at the theatre foyer
– Selling show programme booklets
– Be a Friend of WILD RICE registration
– Assist in FOH administration

Volunteers will receive:
– TWO (02) complimentary tickets to volunteers who completed SIX (06) shows;


– ONE (01) complimentary ticket to volunteers who completed FOUR (04) shows

You may only redeem your tickets after completion of the set of roster.  Community Involvement Programme (CIP) hours would also be given upon request.

Time schedule for reporting of FOH duties:
For evening performances: Tues to Sat, 6:30pm – 10.30pm
For matinee performances: Thurs, Sat & Sun, 1:30pm – 5.30pm

There are no shows on Mondays and Sundays evening.

Dress Code: SMART, RED, YELLOW, BLUE or BLACK.  Please refrain from slippers, shorts or school uniform.

If you are interested, please register here. You will receive an email confirmation shortly after your registration is submitted.