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

S.T.A.M.P Volunteer Recruitment

Known as the Sports, Tuition And Mentoring Programme, S.T.A.M.P was launched in 2006 to reach out to at-risk youth who were identified by teachers in the school.

Targeting around 20 students in every school yearly, it aims to deliver a comprehensive programme to aid students’ holistic development physically, academically and emotionally through the three different components—Sports, Tuition and Mentoring.

Mentoring component:
The mentoring component is made up of kind-hearted volunteers who took time out of their busy schedules to befriend and mentor these at-risk youths.

Through engaging them in various activities, they aim to instil positive life values in these young minds.

Typical activity during mentoring sessions include ice breaking activities, team building activities, role playing, sharing and discussion. These volunteers go through a mandatory curriculum conducted by Boys’ Town professionals and those who are able to commit the full duration will be sent for training, with the cost fully borne.

Frequency: Once weekly/Fortnightly
Tentative Commitment period: End Feb 2018 – Sept 2018 (Mentoring sessions will not be held during School Holidays)
Duration: 1-1.5 hours per session

It will be good if the mentors could be:
• 18 years old and above
• Positive, Outgoing, Cheerful
• Creative, Dedicated and Patient
• Does not have problems speaking up in groups ( 20 students a session )
• Able to be a team player

If you have any queries or would like to volunteer, please contact 65674166 or lichuang@lovingheartj.org

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on December 10th, 2017

Volunteer for ALittleChange this Christmas

About ALittleChristmas:
ALittleChange began distributing care packages on festive occasions and before holidays to bring smiles to the less fortunate. Today, care package distribution events is a recurring practice by ALittleChange and has reached many people from various neighbourhoods, mainly targeting those who stay in one room rental units.

What can you expect as a volunteer:
Volunteers will be mainly involved in giving out care packages to those in one room rental units, thus you will be interacting with the beneficiaries and have the chance to have a conversation with them or at the very least get to see a side of Singapore you might not be otherwise familiar with.

In this installation, there will be many volunteer activities before and after the event to make a fun filled, memorable and meaningful experience in total.

Date & Time:
23rd December 2017, Saturday
9.30am – 1pm (Inclusive of post-event volunteer celebration)

Meeting venue:
Lavender MRT Station

To signup as a volunteer, please go to: https://goo.gl/forms/8xi5qEAV0DRqmXpR2

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

LoveFAD 2017 Volunteer Recruitment

LoveFAD is an annual fund raising event that provides gift wrapping services at various in exchange for minimum kind donations from the shoppers.

The event has raised a total amount of $131,000 for its adopted charities from the past 9 runs.

LoveFAD is a fun and meaningful event volunteers will be able to:

– Pick up/ polish up their gift-wrapping skills through its free workshop
– Forge new friendships
– Have lots of fun wrapping gifts with love at the shopping malls
– Make an impact by raising as much funds as possible for its adopted charities

If you are interested to volunteer, please log on to www.lovefad.org

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on November 22nd, 2017

Volunteers needed for M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2018: Let’s Walk is calling for volunteers for the following roles:
1. Front-of-House Officers (Theatre and Gallery)
2. Artist Liaison Officers

As a not-for-profit festival, the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is driven by volunteers to keep the Fringe running smoothly.

The organisers are looking for volunteers aged 16 and above who are interested in the arts, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and enjoy meeting and interacting with people.

Volunteering with the Fringe is a fabulous way to contribute to the local arts scene, make new like-minded friends, and get involved with one of the most dynamic events in town!

If you’re interested in being a part of the 2018 Fringe, please continue reading for more information and how to apply as a volunteer. Your volunteering can be acknowledged as CIP hours upon request.

For more information, please contact info@singaporefringe.com or (65) 6440 8115, or visit www.singaporefringe.com.

Front-of-House (FOH) Officers (Theatre and Gallery)

FOH Officers are the first point of contact for Fringe audiences at the venues, and the organisers are looking for cheerful people who enjoy interacting with others.

Period of commitment:
A minimum of two shifts across various Fringe venues (each shift is approximately 4 hours) during the Fringe period of 17 – 28 January 2018.

General duties include:
– Welcoming visitors to the venue and responding to queries
– Ensuring a smooth and safe experience by briefing visitors, crowd management, ushering, tallying of feedback, etc.

Signup here!
Artist Liaison Officers (ALOs)

Artist Liaison Officers are the key point of contact between the international artists and Fringe staff. They work closely with Fringe staff to look after the well-being and schedule of international artists they are attached to for the working period in Singapore. Generally, they serve as good hosts and provide a smooth and positive experience for the international artists.

Period of commitment:
– Average of 5 – 6 days, including arrival and departures days, in January 2018
– Will include early starts and late nights/overnight hours, depending on the production schedule, e.g. 8.30am – 11.30pm for set-up days

General duties include:
– Accompanying the international artists throughout the full Fringe work schedule
– Facilitating transport arrrangements
– Assisting the artists where needed, e.g., purchasing of props

Signup here!