Volunteers needed for PEDAL 2022

Diabetes Singapore (DS) will be having its annual PEDAL event this coming Saturday. It is a community event that aims to raise awareness about the nation’s war on diabetes and better care management of diabetes.

DS is looking for 30 volunteers to help support this event by stationing at designated spots to show cyclists the right cycling route.

Event details are as follows:
Event title – PEDAL
Reporting time – 7.15 AM (Volunteers can leave by 9.15 AM)
Event venue – Sentosa, Siloso Beach Walk (Sapphire Pavilion)

Volunteers would need to attend a short online briefing this Thursday, 8.00 PM prior to helping out on Saturday.

For any enquiries, please drop an email at peggy.leong@diabetes.org.sg.

SDSC’s Call for Volunteers April to June 2022

The Singapore Disability Sports Council is back with more opportunities for you to volunteer this April – June 2022!

Take a look at its various upcoming events and for more details, please refer below.

National Para Swimming Championships (Sign ups closing soon!)
29 April: Event Set Up
0930 at Yio Chu Kang to around 1400 at Our Tampines Hub (Transport provided; physical strength needed for moving of logistics)
30 April: Actual Event Day
Time slots available: 0730 to 1130, 1000 to 1400, 1400 to 1600 (Last slot to end at Yio Chu Kang with the moving of logistics there; transport provided)

More details will be released to interested volunteers.

Inclusive Sports Tryouts
25 May to 28 May @ Bedok (Specific area to be announced)
Time slots available (each day): 0900 to 1200, 1400 to 1700, 1800 to 2100

Volunteers will be assisting with participants from the PwD community in trying out different para sports and will be further briefed on specific roles (sports-dependent) closer to the event.

SDSC Volunteer Workshop
18 June
Open to all new and existing volunteers, please indicate your availability via the form in the link!
*Note that attendance for this workshop does not affect your eligibility to volunteer for our events.

To sign up for any/all the events, please visit https://tinyurl.com/aprjun22.

For all enquiries, please send in to volunteer@sdsc.org.sg.

HealthServe Volunteer Recruitment

HealthServe is on a journey to make healthcare affordable and accessible to our migrant brothers. Last year, HealthServe reached over 119,000 migrant workers, offering them holistic healthcare, social services, assistance and programmes aimed at uplifting the migrant community in Singapore.

As HealthServe expands their services, they’re recruiting medical volunteers. Roles include:
– Dentists
– Doctors (GPs and Specialist Doctors)
– Dispensers (nurses, pharmacists, or pharmacy technicians)

Donating three hours of your time each month can help make a difference to the health and wellbeing of our migrant workers.

To find out more about the volunteering roles visit:
Website: https://www.healthserve.org.sg/volunteer/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/healthserve_volunteer-withhealthserve-activity-6913046224346513409-3V_L/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=265176322366828


#amPowered Programme – Call for Mentors

#amPowered is a mentoring programme that aims to support and empower youths through their academic journey and life challenges.

Majulah Community is looking for awesome mentors willing to step forward and guide other youth!

There are 2 ongoing programmes:

1. #amPowered@ITE
This programme aims to engage first year NITEC and Higher NITEC Malay/Muslim students to:
– Enhance their motivation to strive for the highest possible qualifications whilst at ITE
– Strengthen their life skills and help them discover their gifts and strengths through the Gift Centred Mentoring (GCM) approach
– Provide and bridge students to opportunities to acquire core 21st Century skills

2. #amPowered@MTS
The programme aims to support and journey with the Sec 3 and Sec 4 NA/NT students enrolled in the Mendaki Tuition Scheme to:
– Enhance their motivation to succeed in their academic pursuit
– Refer those who are facing problems (e.g. financial difficulties) to necessary and relevant assistance
– Provide guidance for them to make better-informed decisions for their future education pathways

Head over to tinyurl.com/ampowered to find out more!