Let's be generous with our time and love!

If you are seeing this, we appreciate your interest in finding out what is volunteering and how you can offer your services to the community.

 

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering enables you to:

- Give something back to the community

- Build a network of contacts

- Manage new challenges

- Meet up with people with similar aspirations

- Gain experiences

- Learn new skills 

 

Volunteer Development Objective: 

- Develop and enhance the well-being of our volunteers

- Motivate and support our volunteers in their areas of work

- Achieve volunteers' sustenance and sustainability 

 

Volunteer Appreciation and Recognition: 

- Networking tea sessions to foster a good relationship between our volunteers and staffs

- Recognise our volunteers for their selfless contribution towards our organisation and beneficiaries

 

Areas of Volunteering Opportunities 

- Children Enrichment Programme

- Youth Enrichment Programme

- Befriender Programme under Social School Work

- Ad-hoc Programme such as community outreach and fundraising

 

Voices of Our Volunteers

What motivates you to volunteer with us? 

"It is very fulfilling and satisfying whenever the children do well in their examination and I feel very happy for them."
- Sebastian Goh (NTU 4th Year), Volunteer since 2004 - Present

"To be able to teach and interact with the children makes me feel younger"
- Yeam Chin Heng (NTU 3rd Year), Volunteer since 2006 - Present

"It is very fun and challenging working with the children and understanding them better."
- Michelle Chew (NTU 2nd Year), Volunteer since 2007 - Present

 

What have you learnt from the volunteering experiences? 

"With the training provided by the centre such as mentor training programme and classroom management, I am able to interact with children and understand their needs."
- Sebastian Goh (NTU 4th Year), Volunteer since 2004 - Present 

"The skills that I have learnt through training have enabled me to interact with and understand the children. They have also enabled me to remain composed and not scold children but explain to them the consequences of their action."
- Yeam Chin Heng (NTU 3rd Year), Volunteer since 2006 - Present

"I have learned to interact with and understand them better."
- Michelle Chew (NTU 2nd Year), Volunteer since 2007 - Present