• Posted by SG Volunteer Team on April 5th, 2018

Kampung Senang Flag Day 2018 Volunteer Recruitment

To signup, please go to: http://kampungsenang.org/flagdayvolunteer/

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on April 3rd, 2018

Calvary Community Care Volunteer Recruitment 2018

Calvary Community Care (C3) is a not-for-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation that seeks to serve the needy in the community regardless of race, age, gender or religion. They are recruiting student volunteers for each of their programmes:

1. Befriender (Seniors)
Do you have passion to reach out to the elderly in Potong Pasir?
a) 1 volunteer for English speaking 73-yr lady with walking aid on Wed morning visits
b) 2 volunteers for Mandarin speaking 68-yr lady on wheelchair on Wed afternoon visits
c) Volunteer befrienders who are available on other days apart from Wed
(Commitment: 6 months or more)

2. Youth Planner/Facilitator
MACE is a after-school Youth Activity Centre in various secondary schools supported by the MOE. Be part of a team that plans meaningful programmes and activities for youths as part of a structured drop-in activity to encourage bonding, imparting of values or skills to youths.

*C3 is looking for volunteers who are interested to plan and design programmes for youths. Examples will be provided.

3. Fundraising for a Cause
Join C3’s fundraising team to brainstorm effective ways and ideas to raise donations online, leveraging on social media platforms. Students with background in mass communications, design, marketing or with an interest in this area are all welcome!

If you’re interested in any of the above opportunities, register your interest via this link: http://calvary.sg/index.php/join-us/as-volunteers

For any enquiries, email Cheryl at cherylyeo@calvary.org.sg.

  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on April 2nd, 2018

Volunteers Needed for KDF Flag Day 2018

Kidney Dialysis Foundation is organising its annual Flag Day on 7 July 2018.

Through this flag day, funds raised will help needy dialysis patients for their dialysis treatment that costs $2,000 every month.

Details of the event:
Date: 7 July 2018, Saturday
Time: 8am – 5pm (AM/PM or Full Shifts Available)

Reporting Centres: Bishan MRT Station | Nex Shopping Mall | Jurong East MRT Station | Sengkang Bus Interchange | Tampines MRT Station | Woodlands MRT Station

If you are interested to volunteer, do sign up at https://goo.gl/forms/jE6BLTwtPaj0SOCT2.

For more information, please contact Mr. Dickson Loi at 6559 2652 / Dickson.loi@kdf.org.sg


  • Posted by SG Volunteer Team on April 1st, 2018

Project Love Sneaker VIII

Organised by Running Lab, Project Love Sneaker is back to serve the running community’s desire to recycle their “retired” running shoes that are still in good condition. Started in 2010, this shoe-donation drive is now in its 8th year running and will be held from 1 to 30 April 2018 at all Running Lab stores.

Project Love Sneaker has increasingly gained traction and interest not only within the running communities but the general public over the years. Running Lab has been dedicated and committed to reaching out to a wider audience to spread the meaningful notion behind this campaign and this year is no different.

In line with the Running Lab concept and what it stands for, the shoes will be donated to social service organisations supported by Community Chest to help those in need.

How It All Started

Running Lab is a specialty running store retailing technically advanced running apparel, accessories and footwear. Staffed by sports trainers and experienced runners, customers are assured of the right expertise recommending the right pair of shoes for their foot types. The objective is simple – maximise performance, reduce the risks of injuries.

More than just a business venture, Running Lab not only promotes fitness and a healthy lifestyle, it is also in the DNA of Running Lab to give back to the society.

It has been observed that regular runners replace their running shoes after clocking in certain mileage, typically 600 to 800km. Most of the time, these shoes are still in relatively good condition and it will be a waste to dispose them. That’s why in 2010, Running Lab decided to provide an avenue for runners to give a second life to these used running shoes. To donate the used shoes for a worthy cause and make a difference to the lives of the less fortunate.

All shoes will be donated to social service organisations supported by Community Chest, such as AMKFSC Community Services LTD, Montfort Care @27 Family Service Centre, Kreta Ayer Family Services and many more.

The Rewards

Donate your used running shoes in clean and re-usable condition during the donation drive and receive a $50 voucher which you can use to buy yourself a new pair of running shoes.