HIGH IMPACT VOLUNTEERING
The best way to start your volunteering journey with us is to joins us at one of our huddle session. It is a great opportunity to get to know our organisation, what we are doing and the people involved.
Before applying for a volunteer position, please read the text below very carefully. Please only apply if you are confident your application fits the requirements.
We are always looking for volunteers who would like to support our team in Singapore or on site in a project supported by us. Please bear in mind that volunteering is unpaid work. Volunteers need to provide themselves with accommodation, transportation, etc. We only consider volunteer applications from candidates over the age of 20 (except for volunteers who support us in our fundraising events, where we except volunteers over the age of 16).
To volunteer means to do challenging work and to be exposed to difficult situations, but it also means an outstanding opportunity to develop your personality and to experience life-enriching moments. We offer high impact skill based volunteering opportunities in the various projects we support as well as in supporting our core team with administrative functions in Singapore.
Volunteer applications must be completed in English.
The well-being of all children at our beneficiary organisations is of utmost importance to us. We request all project volunteers to provide a “Certificate of Good Standing” together with their application documents. This can be a recommendation letter from a current or recent employer, school or university. If potential project volunteers are unable to provide such a letter, they must submit an Evidence of Criminal Record.
Documents for Volunteers
Funding Team Lead
Hear from one of our Volunteers
John, Volunteer during Swing for the Kids Charity Golf Tournament:
‘It was an amazing experience to be part of such a passionate team. Everyone I met was full of enthusiasm to help these kids and what we achieved as a team was really amazing. My biggest joy was the smile on the children's faces.'