|S/N||Name of Organisation / Event||Description of organisation / event||Links / Contact||CCA(s) involved with organisation|
|1||MWS Bethany Nursing Home||8 in 10 of the home's residents are 60 years and above . Almost 3 in 4 reqiuire maximum nursing care and are dependednt on activities of daily living and 2 of 3 are wheelchair bound. Provides nursing care to the elderly||https://mws.sg/service/bnh|
|2||Bo Tien Day Activity Centre||Bo Tien Day Activity Centre for the Elderly was set up as an extension of our commitment to serve the elderly who are ambulant and do not require institutional care. The Centre is community-based, daytime programmes that offer supportive help to the elderly while their family members are at work.||http://www.botien.org.sg/new_09/day-activity-centre.php|
|3||SASCO Senior Citizens Home||SASCO Home conducts a wide range of activities that promotes healthy living and wellness for the frail elderly that includes Physiotherapy|
Exercise, Art & Craft, Music & movement therapy.
|4||HCA Hospice Care (Kang Le)||Singapore's largest home hospice care provider and is a registered charity since 1989. The organisation provides comfort and support to patients with life-limiting illnesses regardless of age, religion, ethnicity, nationality and financial status.||https://www.hca.org.sg/Home|
|5||Sparkletots pre-school (PAP Community Foundation)||Provides childcare (18 mths-6 yrs)/ infant care (2-18 mths) and student care (7-14 yrs) as well as kindergarden programmes for children aged 3-6 years. The aim is to support working mothers, in giving them the assurance and peace of mind knowing that their children are in good hands.||http://www.pcf.org.sg/PRESCHOOL-SERVICE/Sparkletots-Programme/Content|
|6||MWS D'Joy Children's Centre||Provides affordable child care services for children from under-privileged low income and single parent families||https://mws.sg/service/djcc|
|7||Chinese Assistance Deveopmental Council (CDAC) - Bukit Panjang||CDAC offers programmes and assistance schemes to help the less privileged in the community to maximise their potential and strive for social mobility through self-help and mutual support.||https://www.cdac.org.sg/en/||Fencing|
|8||Singapore Children Society||Singapore Children's Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. In 2017, the Society reached out to 65,536 children, youth and families in need. Established in 1952, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of children.||https://www.childrensociety.org.sg/||Hockey|
|9||Harvest Care Centre||Harvest Care Centre is a non-profit organization officially registered with the Registry of Societies since 18 March 2005. Facing the growing needs of youths, families and the elderly in our society, we want to play our part in actively reaching out to these various needs. Therefore, we dedicate ourselves to transforming communities by meeting the needs of individuals and families of all races and religions.||http://www.harvestcare.org.sg/|
|10||Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN)||The organisation aims to equip people with special needs, through best practices in education, training and support services, for open employment and life-long learning, in partnership with our stakeholders and the community.||http://www.apsn.org.sg/|
|12||World Clean Up Day (15 Sept 2018)||World started as a civic initiative to clean up Estonia 10 years ago. Today, it has become a global movement of over 120 nations, who have pledged to clean up the trash in our communities, collectively, on a set day, across the world. Through this massive effort, we hope that more people will realize the urgent need to take action to alleviate the growing trash issues.|| https://www.letsdoitworld.org/|
|13||Down Syndrome Association (Singapore)||A non-profit voluntary welfare organization established in 1996. Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) [DSA(S)] works closely with healthcare and educational professionals in advocating and serving the needs of persons with Down syndrome and their families. Students can opt to organise outings for our members (e.g. to various attractions), plan activities for them (e.g. arts and crafts), or teach them new skills (e.g. sports like captain's ball). Of course, these ideas are not exhaustive and students are free to come up with their own creative ideas. Age profile of the members involved is 18 years and above, from our Adult Enhancement Programme (AEP).||www.downsyndrome-singapore.org|
|14||SMRT Bus Student Abassador||As part of their Adopt-an-Interchange programme for the schools in the vicinity of Choa Chu Kang bus interchange, SMRT Buses aims for students to cultivate a sense of ownership through various activities such as student ambassador service at Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange, showcasing their talents for arts and performances, and learning journeys.||Vanessa Chan / 8698-6989 / VanessaChan@smrt.com.sg|
|15||Wildlife Reserves Singapore||WRS' service learning programmes offer authentic learning opportunities, enhance social experience, and at the same time, allow students to gain in-depth wildlife knowledge. These programmes empower students to make a positive difference to wildlife conservation and helps them gain confidence through public speaking and interaction with our park guests and peers.|
Programmes Conservation Ambassadors Wildlife Buddies
Minimum age 15 – 21 years old Upper Primary School to Tertiary students
Frequency Regular Episodic
Commitment 2 full-day training 1 full-day training OR 2 half-day training
Minimum of 6 duty sessions 1 guiding session
(2 hours per session)
Group size Individual 20 – 120 students
(minimum pax) To arrange for exclusive
training sessions, a
minimum of 25 pax
Training Fees $25 per participant $20 per participant
If you are interested and want to find out more, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Email email@example.com for queries|
|16||Adopt-an-Interchange programme by SMRT||This on community engagement programme aims to cultivate a sense of ownership through various activities such as student ambassador service at Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange and showcasing their talents for arts and performances.||Please find Debi for more details|
|17||Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Ambassadors||This programme empower students to make a positive difference to wildlife conservation and helps them gain confidence through public speaking and interaction with our park guests and peers by offering an authentic learning experience, allowing students to gain in-depth wildlife knowledge. |
MInimum Age: 15-21 years
Commitment: 2 full-day training
Frequency: Minimum of 6 duty sessions (2 hours per session)
Group Size: Individual basis/ To arrange for exclusive training sessions, a minimum of 25 pax is required
Training Fees (Funded by school): $25 / participant
|Please find Debi for more details|
|18||Habitat For Humanity||Homes are made safer by reducing clutter that are potential fire hazards or could cause accidents like falls. Homes are also made cleaner by discarding expired food items and clearing pest-infested furniture to improve health and well-being of our elderly.|
MInimum Age: 15 years
|Please find Debi for more details|
|19||Bike Rally 2019||Bike Rally is one of Singapore's largest cycling events, and is proudly organised by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Sports Club. It is a non-competitive, island wide cycling event that aims to promote cycling for people of all walks of life. Bike Rally has depended on volunteers to navigate cyclists on the route and provide moral support to them every year. Thus, this role is crucial to the success of the event. Each year, we show appreciation to our Volunteers by providing them with exclusive volunteers singlet, goodie bag as well as a memorable and fulfilling experience.|
Student volunteers will be awarded 20 CIP/VIA hours and a Certificate of proof.
• Reporting venue: NTU Sports & Recreation Centre
• Reporting time: 2100hrs on 8th March 2019 (Friday)
• Tentatively, volunteers will be deployed until 1800hrs on 9th March 2019
Reasons for Compulsory Stay-Over
• Volunteers are required to stay overnight at Nanyang Technological University
(NTU), the night prior to the event day. Transport to their respective stations on
the event day will be provided.
• A compulsory briefing will be conducted prior to the event day, and it is essential
for all volunteers to be present as the briefing involves safety guidelines.
• On the event day, volunteers will be dispatched to their respective stations at a
very early timing with the transportation we provide. Since volunteers are
required to move out very early in the morning, staying over in NTU will help us
account for all of our volunteers as well as ensure their safety.
• Volunteers must be 15 years old and above as of 31st December 2018.
If you have any enquiries pertaining to Bike Rally 2019, please feel free to contact Xin Jie at firstname.lastname@example.org or +65 9798 6788.
|20||Beyond Social Services||Volunteer as an individual or a group for various volunteer opportunities such as collecting food from supermarkets and delivering them to needy families. Visit their website to find out more!|
|21||Saltsteps||Saltsteps is a non-profit social enterprise (currently reigstered as a Limited-Liability Partnership) operating on the social supermarket model that works closely with and assists low-income families in Singapore.
They receive donations of surplus or unwanted goods (nearing expiry date, products have become obsolete because of rebranding) from various suppliers and distributors. Examples of such products include canned food items and baby diapers. These products are ultimately still safe for consumption and are sold exclusively to low-income families in Singapore at 50 to 70 per cent off market prices at commercial supermarkets.
You may contact them at +65 8241 5375 to find out more details.
|22||Food Bank Singapore||Help distribute food to the needy. |
Find out more information and how you can help at their website: https://www.foodbank.sg/
|23||Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities||Has a variety of services that they provide. Interested volunteers can visit their website and communicate with them to see how they can contribute.|
|24||Habitat for Humanity Singapore||Habitat for Humanity Singapore needs volunteers for LitteRally 2019 - their mass volunteering event of the year. |
LitteRally, which will be held on 25th May, is a family-friendly, free-participation-for-all volunteering event to mark the end of the month-long Keep Clean Singapore movement by the Public Hygiene Council.
Participants are invited to join us on specially curated routes that are accessible to volunteers of all ages and abilities. The routes will lead participants through the Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Marymount estates to the main event meeting point at The Promenade in Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park - and all while picking up litter on the go!
This eco-conscious event will feature hands-on and educational sharing by community partners within the recycling and zero-waste space. All participants will receive exclusive promo codes and stand the chance to win fun prizes from our sponsors. VIA letters are also available for students upon request.
Date: 25 May 2019
Time: 8am to 2pm
Venue: 3 starting points, ending at The Promenade in Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.
You may send your enquiries to email@example.com or visit their website at https://www.habitat.org.sg/ for more information
|25||Heartware Network’s National Day Parade 2019 Youth Planning Committee||Heartware Network’s National Day Parade 2019 Youth Planning Committee® is a selected group of youth leaders that has been appointed to recruit, train, and lead a 600-strong Volunteer Hospitality Management Team in support of the upcoming bicentennial national celebration.|
They are recruiting General Volunteers for NDP 2019, and will conclude on 11 May 2019.
They believe that through participating in this national scale event, students can develop useful leadership, communication and interpersonal skills while serving the community. At the same time, their volunteering hours will be recognised and awarded through our volunteering portal – Youthbank (www.youthbank.sg), where students can create an account and sign up for the event titled “[NDP19] HEARTWARE - NATIONAL DAY PARADE 2019 GENERAL VOLUNTEER”.
Heartware Network also provides other volunteering opportunities. You may visit their website, www.heartware.org, for more information.
Please do not hesitate to contact them at 65094414, or their email - firstname.lastname@example.org if you require more information or clarification.
|26||Team Apricity in collaboration with Singapore Council of Women’s Organisation (SCWO)||Team Apricity has initiated a VIA project in collaboration with Singapore Council of Women’s Organisation (SCWO) aimed to raise funds and awareness for women and children who are suffering from domestic abuse. In order to do so, we had planned two events: |
1. Street sales
2. An exhibition called “Letter to myself”
Street sales will be held from 19 May to 23 June on Sundays, from 9am to 5pm. They have many locations available so volunteers can choose the location most convenient to them.
To carry out the heavy man-powered events mainly for the street sales, they hope to recruit at least 400 volunteers, primarily Secondary school, Primary School, Polytechnics and Junior College students.
They believe that their project is very meaningful as students rarely touch on projects that benefits families that suffered from domestic abuse. Hence it will be an eye opening experience for the students to learn about.
For the students who are interested, there are various platforms to sign up from:
For further enquirers, do contact them at email@example.com
We hope to have a pleasant collaboration with you and thank you for your kind consideration and help. We will be truly grateful for your aid in our project.
|ROMP Sports Carnival||ROMP Sports Carnival |
ROMP is a youth sports carnival that aims to build the character of youths through sports, and to promote active learning in youths through volunteerism.
- Sports carnival featuring 6 sports (Soccer, Basketball, Tchoukball, Pool, Badminton, Table Tennis)
- Close to 9,000 youth participants and volunteers since 2008
- More than 80 partners and sponsors since 2008
How can your CCA be involved?
1. Sports Participation – Register teams for any of the available sports
2. Volunteering – Register students as volunteers for ROMP