About Volunteerism


“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ― Mother Teresa

How many of us volunteered in schools just to fulfil the minimum CIP requirements? Even though volunteering is no longer compulsory for some of us, here’s the catch: happy people give and gain more with volunteer work! Having volunteered with numerous beneficiaries, I’ve never regretted it – it is the simple knowledge that I’d made a difference which continues to motivate me.

Being pragmatic Singaporeans, we think that volunteering involves losing time and money, or that our schedules are too tight. But what about the intangible benefits? Depending on our commitment levels, skills, and interest, there is always a cause and an organisation we can help out at. 

To make volunteering as convenient as possible for you, here is complete list of 36 places where you can make a difference, ordered by location.




1. Bethel Community Services



Bethel Community Services offers an array of schemes and assistance programmes for the alleviation of poverty, suffering, ignorance or ill health. Anyone in need of counselling can seek help at the services available, such as the Bethel Legal Clinic, Bethel Social Services, Bethel Student Care Centre etc. 

Are you a baker, artist, or singer? Volunteering can be fun if you do what you enjoy – conduct a baking workshop, mentor a younger one, organise art and craft classes, and even teach the students basic jewellry creation!

Address: Block 114, Aljunied Ave 2, #03-75, Singapore 380114
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


2. Singapore Anti Narcotics Association



Singapore Anti Narcotics Association (SANA) was set up to prevent drug abuse in Singapore. Helping to remove tattoos and enrich families, SANA provides assistance through their anti-drug and rehabilitation programmes.

Innocent-looking yet deadly, we’ll never know if the people around us have fallen prey to it. Join in the fight against drugs – become a service facilitator, para counsellor, outreach ambassador, photographer or videographer!

Address: 2 Sengkang Square, Sengkang Community Hub, #05-01, Singapore 545025
Telephone: 6732-1122
Email: sana@sana.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


3. Willing Hearts



Willing Hearts is a 100% volunteer-run soup kitchen which cooks and distributes about 3,000 meals to the needy everyday. With the vision of improving the lives of the underprivileged through the provision of their ‘daily bread’, Willing Hearts guides them through rehabilitation and integration into society.b2ap3_thumbnail_Willing-Hearts-soup-kitchen.jpgSource

As I was cutting vegetables, this realisation hit me – others struggle to put food on the table, yet here I am taking my meals for granted. Everyone should volunteer here once  – simply walk in, and you’ll be directed to help out with the preparation, collection or delivery of food. As we look forward to our next meal, there are others who rely on Willing Hearts for their basic staple food.

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Blk 6, #01-51, Kembangan – Chai Chee Community Hub, Singapore 409074
Telephone: 6476 1098
Email: willingheartsingapore@gmail.com
How to Volunteer: Drop them an email before going down to confirm your volunteering.


4. Institute of Mental Health



Singapore’s psychiatric hospital, the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) offers a range of psychiatric, counselling and rehabilitative services for its patients. Unfortunately, there is a negative stigma attached with the name ‘IMH’, with many false misconceptions and generalisations about people with mental illnesses.

The only people that many patients see are their therapists, and undergoing treatment can be lonely without encouragement and motivation. Through your efforts, you can make them feel remembered and cared for, and build long-lasting relationships with them. Be it conducting social and recreational activities such as outings and karaoke, or simply spending time with the patients, a simple gesture of kindness will go a long way in bringing joy. 

Address: Buangkok Green Medical Park, 10 Buangkok View, Singapore 539747
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


5. Singapore Association for the Deaf


We tend to take our 5 senses for granted, but can you imagine a world without music, let alone sound? The Singapore Association for the Deaf aims to help the deaf achieve a better quality of life, enabling them to integrate and contribute to society. Through community services such as financial assistance, counselling and employment services, the deaf are empowered to lead independent lives.

Being blessed with the gift of hearing, put yourself in the shoes of your fellow counterparts – by learning sign language, building up their self-confidence, and raising awareness of the vibrancy of the deaf community. 

Address: 227 Mountbatten Road, Singapore 397998
Telephone: (65) 6344 8274
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


6. Animal Shelters



If you love furry creatures and don’t run away from them, volunteering at animal shelters is just for you. SPCA, Animal Lovers League and Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter are three animal shelters located in the East. These shelters are home for abandoned animals, providing a safe haven to protect them from further trauma. 

Although you can’t get a pet due to mummy’s orders, channel your love by caring for the animals’ welfare, such as bathing and walking the dogs, or help out in fundraising and outreach! Do note that SPCA has a minimum age requirement, and visits to Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter are by appointment only.

SPCA: 31, Mount Vernon Road, Singapore 368054
Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter: Ericsson Pet Farm, 18 Pasir Ris Farmway 2
Animal Lovers League: 61 Pasir Ris Farmway 3, Singapore 518232
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here (SPCA), here (Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter), or here (Animal Lovers League)


7. Yayasan Mendaki



Yayasan Mendaki is one of Singapore’s pioneer self help groups in Singapore, with subsidised schemes targeting the bottom 30% of the Malay population. Providing preventive and development programmes, Mendaki works closely with schools, mosques and organisations to empower the Malay community. 

When you volunteer, not only will you have the chance to mentor children and befriend them, you’ll even get to grow and maximise your potential through training and development programmes! Now, that’s killing two birds with one stone.

Address: 51 Kee Sun Avenue Singapore 457056. Tel: 6245 5555
Email: mendaki@mendaki.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


8. St. Hilda’s Community Services



With a firm belief in ‘reaching out, touching lives’, the volunteers at St Hilda’s Community Services Centre serve 13 blocks of flats in Tanjong Rhu and 22 blocks of flats in Dakota Crescent and Old Airport Road. Door to door visits have highlighted the plight of the elderly, who are bedridden, ignorant to the services available, or negligent in monitoring their chronic conditions. The volunteers aim to link the residents up to the relevant services, with volunteer doctors attending to them. 

With a staff of just 8 and backed by 200 volunteers, volunteers like you are a crucial resource. By volunteering, you can provide the handyman and cleaning services which elderly residents need, or work with the centre on special projects.

Address: Blk 10 Jalan Batu #01-06 Singapore 431010
Telephone: 6345 0054
How to Volunteer: Just drop them a note here




9. Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital



The Ang Mo Kio – Thye Hua Kwan Hospital is one of Singapore’s leading rehabilitation centres, with facilities such as in-patient care and a day rehabilitation centre. Patients undergo therapy, or harness the power of Traditional Chinese Medicine to hasten the healing process and regain their function.

As these patients undergo painful treatment, they’ll greatly appreciate your company and listening ear – build relationships with them by playing bingo, chatting with them and befriending them!

Address: 17 Ang Mo Kio Ave 9, Singapore 569766
How to Volunteer: Simply complete the volunteer application form here


10. Bright Vision Hospital



Bright Vision Hospital provides a variety of key services to its patients, including rehabilitative and palliative care. With a focus on the needy, sick and the elderly, patients require immediate to long-term care, recuperating from illnesses such as a stroke or fracture.

There are a myriad number of ways to spread cheer to the patients as they undergo treatment, such as being a befriender, celebrating birthdays, assisting in hair cutting and bringing them on sponsored trips around Singapore. Your presence will be their greatest present!

Address: 5 Lorong Napiri, Singapore 547530
Telephone: (65) 62485755
How to Volunteer: Check out their events calendar and register here


11. Tan Tock Seng Hospital



Unless you’re sick, a hospital is probably the last place you’d visit on a normal day, and patients feel the same way too. Staying overnight (or for several nights) in a clean, sterile environment away from family, they certainly won’t be feeling too happy – and that’s where volunteers like you come in.

Volunteers like you are invaluable in spreading joy and cheer around the ward, distracting the patients from their illnesses and pain. By being a befriender, night sitter, manning the hospital’s mobile library and even running support groups – a small effort could make a patient’s hospital stay much happier.

Address: 11 Jalan Tan Tock Seng, Singapore 308433
How to Volunteer: Complete the form here


12. Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (ACRES)



Driven by the belief that animals have feelings, ACRES advocates for animal rights. spearheading an animal protection movement in Asia and educating people on lifestyle choices which do not harm animals. 

Many exciting opportunities are available when you become a volunteer at ACRES: save wild animals, assist in animal care efforts, raise awareness on wildlife protection and even educate the public on everything about monkeys! It’s the opportunity to bring out the pet lover in us. 

Address: ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre (AWRC), 91 Jalan Lekar, Singapore 698917
Opening Hours: 9:30am – 5pm
How to Volunteer: Sign up for the different roles here




13. Movement for the Intellectually Disabled Singapore (MINDS)



MINDS has grown to become one of Singapore’s largest non-governmental organisations for the intellectually disabled. With special education schools and training centres to cater to their educational, vocational, social and welfare needs, MINDS aims to help them lead independent lives. MINDS has even started running a social enterprise, with the intellectually disabled learning how to bake, make handicraft and man a shop.

You have the power to change their lives – spend a day with them and teach them life skills, or bring them around Singapore! Regular volunteers can help out as assistant teachers or assistant training officers, while ad-hoc volunteers can organise outings.

Address: 800 Margaret Drive, Singapore 149310 (and other branches)
Email: volunteer@minds.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Visit their website here or email them at volunteer@minds.org.sg.


14. Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Limited



With a focus on teenage pregnancy, Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Limited provides counselling and support to teenagers with unplanned pregnancies. Through a 24 hour SMS hotline, teenagers can receive guidance in a friendly and non-threatening way, ensuring that they do not resort to drastic measures out of desperation. 

If you’re known as the ‘Aunt Agony’ in class, you can be a mentor and provide emotional support to the teenagers! Otherwise, depending on your availability, you can make monetary or in-kind donations, provide employment to them or help to raise awareness about the cause. 

Address: 26 Jalan Klinik, #01-42/52, Singapore 160026
Telephone: (65) 6375 2940
Email: hello@babes.org.sg
24 Hour Toll Free Hotline: 8111 3535
How to Volunteer: Visit their website here


15. Beyond Social Services



‘It takes a whole village to raise a child’. At Beyond Social Services, they do the hefty work of an entire village by implementing programmes to curb teenage delinquency, transforming them into responsible youths with respect for the law. With social, educational and community support programmes in place such as family strengthening and community integration, the teenagers are able to integrate back into society.

Such organisations are dependent on volunteers – YOU are at the heart of their work! Utilise your special skills by taking up a variety of direct and indirect service opportunities:  be an adventure trainer, event organiser or pre-school teacher, or if you have the skills, an artist or a photographer. 

Address: 26 Jalan Klinik #01-42/52, Singapore 160026
Telephone: (65) 6375 2940
How to Volunteer: Check out their volunteering opportunities and sign up here


16. Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2)



Migrant workers may make up one-fifth of our population, yet their presence is often shunned by us. One of the most vulnerable in society, migrant workers are easily exploited, with their circumstances are beyond their control. 

TWC2 advocates for the rights of these workers, promoting fair treatment and an improved policy framework through engagement with policy makers. TWC2 also provides assistance to workers, giving access to medical care and fair resolution of dispute cases. 

These are the very people who build our homes and keep them clean! With your help in outreach programmes or in the gathering of background information, one small effort can mean everything to a migrant worker.

Address:5001 Beach Road, #09-86, Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588
Telephone: 6247 7001
Email: info@twc2.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Email them for more information and visit their website




17. Grace Orchard School



Grace Orchard School is a voluntary welfare organisation which caters to children aged 7-18 years old. These children are diagnosed with Mild Intellectual Disability and Mild Autism Spectrum Disorders, with an IQ of 50-70. Aiming to shape special lives for significance, the school offers educational pathways which lead to mainstream and vocational training schools, or open employment.

Here’s your chance to live out your ambition as a teacher – accompany the children on excursions, help out with co-curricular activities or even initiate your own service learning project!

Address: 6A Jurong West St 52, Singapore 649297
Telephone: 6561 9128
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


18. Touch Community Services



Touch Community Services serves people of all ages in society, from children, youths, family, and elderly to people with special needs. Under each group, there are services catering specifically to them – for instance, cyber wellness workshops for youths, a day activity centre to help the intellectually disabled lead independent lives, and home services for the elderly. 

Volunteer at Touch Community Services to touch the lives of people. If you have a car, volunteer for their meal delivery programme ‘Meals on Wheels’; if not, befriend the elderly, become a character coach, or give tuition to at-risk students.

Address: Blk 162 Bukit Merah Central #05-3545, Singapore 150162
Telephone:  6377 0122
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


19. Lions Befrienders



Lions Befrienders is one of Singapore’s largest direct service organisations, where befrienders conduct weekly home visits for elderly who have little or no family support.  Even though befriending alone seems insignificant, it helps to alleviate the loneliness and isolation of the seniors, providing emotional support to ensure that they age gracefully. 

Make friends with the elderly – one simple act can make a world of a difference. Regardless of whether you’re a social butterfly or an introvert, you can provide the much needed emotional support which they lack. After all, your weekly visits could be what they look forward to the most each week!

Address: Blk 420A Clementi Avenue 1, #02–03, Singapore 121420 (and other centres)
Telephone: 6681 4908
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here




20. Youth Corps Singapore



If you’re more comfortable volunteering with people your age, Youth Corps Singapore is the perfect opportunity for you to meet like-minded peers who are passionate about community service! Youth Corps gives you the training and mentorship to create a positive change in society, through the development of sustainable community projects.

Whether you’re interested in building a community garden for the elderly, or helping psychiatric patients find acceptance, there are many varied and enriching volunteering experiences for you. As long as you’re between the ages of 16 to 35, you’re welcome to be part of the Youth Corps team.

Address: National Youth Council, Blk 490 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, HDB Hub Biz Three #04-10, Singapore 310490  
Telephone: 6734 4233 
Email: youthcorps_enquiries@nyc.gov.sg
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


21. Dover Park Hospice



A non-profit organisation, Dover Park Hospice seeks to meet the needs – be it physical, emotional or spiritual – of patients who are going through their last phase in life. Their programmes of active and compassionate service has brought comfort and closure to terminally-ill patients and their families. Given that the hospice has operating expenses of close to $1 million a year, it is reliant on donations and fundraisers to operate. 

As the patients live out their final moments in life, your simple presence and company will help to bring them immense comfort. Volunteer to help out in befriending, giving massages, going on outings and entertainment etc – because every moment matters.

Address: 10 Jalan Tan Tock Seng Singapore 308436
Telephone: (65) 6500 7272
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


22. KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital



Hospital stays are always dreary, but why not liven up the kids’ moods by volunteering and spreading some cheer in the ward? you can assist in photography, teach skills such as balloon sculpting and magic tricks, or even become event assistants. 

If you’re able to commit as a regular volunteer, you can run clinic play sessions with the children at Specialist Outpatient Clinics, or even bring a mobile library through the hospital and engage the patients with storybooks!

Address: 100 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 229899
Telephone: +65 6-CALL KKH (+65 6-2255 554)
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


23. Singapore Children’s Society


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Singapore Children’s Society looks after the welfare of children and youths of all races and religions, reaching out to a total of 72,640 children, youths and families in 2013. Offering services in the four categories of the vulnerable: children, children and youth, family, and research and advocacy, they run services like the bully-free campaign and Tinkle Friend – a toll-free hotline for primary school children in need of a listening ear.

If you like listening to others voice their problems, you can even man the Tinkly Friend helpline! Depending on which centre you choose to volunteer at, the types of opportunities will defer – expect to be camp facilitators and tuition teachers.

Address: Blk 129 Bukit Merah View #01-174 S(150129) (and other centres)
Telephone: 6278 7856
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


24. Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA)



A movement started in 1844 in London, YMCA is a volunteer-based Christian organisation that serves all members of society through programmes to nurture their body, spirit and mind. Through its 16 structured YMCA – Tan Chin Tuan Community Service Programmes, volunteers get to enrich the lives of beneficiaries through activities such as sports, outdoor activities, nature walks and outdoor adventure camps. 

These beneficiaries come from a total of 32 partnering voluntary welfare organisations, such as Metta Welfare Association and Fei Yue Community Services. Whether you’re interested in going for outings, reading to others, movies, photography or outdoor activities, there’ll definitely be an opportunity to pursue your interest and volunteer for a good cause!

Address: One Orchard Road, Singapore 238824
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


25. Singapore After-Care Association


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The Singapore After-Care Association (SACA) is an after-care agency for discharged offenders and their families. With the stigma and challenges faced by ex-offenders in gaining employment, as well as emotional and financial challenges families face, SACA provides welfare and rehabilitation services to reintegrate ex-offenders into society.

Just like the theme of redemption in Les Miserables, help ex-offenders reintegrate into society by listening to their problems. If you’re at least 23 years old, have a good listening ear, and want to help ex-offenders move forward in life, this is for you.

Address: 81 Dunlop Street, Singapore 209408
Telephone: +65 6294 2350 / +65 6294 2763
How to Volunteer: Call 6294 2350 and inquire about the Volunteer After-Care Program (VAP)


26. Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore



Many have heard of art therapy, but horse-riding therapy? At Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore (RDA), free horse-riding therapy is provided for disabled children and adults. The benefits of horse-riding therapy are actually numerous: besides physical therapy and cognitive improvement, the special bond formed with the horse can have an uplifting effect on the person’s life. RDA works with people of all disabilities – physical, learning etc – increasing their confidence, balance, respiration and motor skills. 

If you’re never sat on a horse before, don’t worry – no prior experience with horses is required. As a sidewalker, you’ll get to walk beside the horse and guide the rider to complete certain tasks, all determined by the instructor.

Address: 5 Jalan Mashhor, Singapore 299174
Telephone: 6250 0176
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


27. Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped



The Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped (SAVH) is an association for the visually handicapped, helping them to gain new skills and independence to integrate into society. SAVH offers facilities such as the low vision clinic, which provides comprehensive clinical assessment and advisory services, and the white cane club, which conducts recreational activities for its members. 

Blessed with the gift of sight, you can do so much to help the visually handicapped – assist in SAVH’s programmes, teach computer skills, be a volunteer van driver, or utilise your skills to organise your own activities. 

Address: 47 Toa Payoh Rise, Singapore 298104
Telephone: (+65) 6251-4331
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


28. Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME)



HOME runs a shelter for migrant workers who seek to escape from their abusive employers, and the statistics are shocking – of the 60 domestic workers staying with them, a third have been physically or sexually abused. 

Providing humanitarian services, financial services, legal clinics and a women’s shelter etc, HOME aims to bring justice to migrant workers, empower them and enable them to escape from their plight. 

At HOME, you can be more than a volunteer, but a defender of human rights for the marginalised. Volunteer as English teachers, befrienders, fundraisers and writers etc!

Address: 304 Orchard Road #06-22, Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863
How to Volunteer: Fill up their application form here


29. Hope Centre



Hope Centre is a non-profit voluntary welfare organisation which aims to improve the wellbeing of all people. It currently runs a food distribution programme, ‘Breakfast with Love’, at Kampong Glam, while befriending seniors to meet their physical and emotional needs. Hope Centre also offers a tuition programme at the same area, helping underprivileged children with their schoolwork during their foundational academic years.

You can give the people hope as well – volunteer to befriend the elderly though morning exercise, personal interaction and games, or tutor primary school students with their homework. It is only through the efforts of volunteers like you that Hope Centre can live up to its name!

Address: 200 Jalan Sultan Road, Textile Centre, #01-12, Singapore 199018 
Telephone: +65 6348 5479 
Email: office@hopecentre.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


30. Singapore Indian Development Association (SINDA)



Aimed to uplift the Indian community, SINDA is a self-help group with its key thrusts in 3 main areas: education, family services and active collaboration. Originally formed to provide academic assistance to Indian students, besides tuition alone, SINDA also reaches out to families in need of assistance and helps to develop leadership skills in youth. 

With before and after school care, numeracy and literacy programmes, and mentorship services, SINDA aims to strengthen families and build a resilient Indian community. 

You can choose between children, youths or adults – give tuition, participate in reading programmes, mentor youths, befriend families or even conduct ad-hoc projects!

Address: No 1. Beatty Road, Singapore 209943
Telephone: 6298 5911
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here




31. Blood Drives



Many of us grapple with our fear of blood and needles, but with the vast benefits of blood donation, those fears deserve to be confronted. For every blood donation, you get to save up to three lives, receive a free health checkup, reduce your risk of heart disease and burn calories. Those few minutes of your time could add a lifetime of minutes to others!

The Singapore Red Cross Society is currently running a blood donor recruitment programme, where you can donate blood at any of the three Bloodbanks in Singapore. If it’s too far for you and you need a better reason to come, there are Bloodmobiles travelling around Singapore too – check out where it’s headed to next here. 


32. SG Cares



SG Cares is a web portal offering a list of ongoing and future volunteering opportunities in Singapore, serving an extensive number of beneficiaries. If you’re short of time and only able to volunteer ad-hoc, or if you’re unsure of which organisation you’d like to fully commit to, use the SG Cares calendar to plan your busy schedule. 

Through the calendar, find immediate opportunities such as karaoke sessions at Bright Vision Hospital or door knocking with Beyond Social Services. With many different events at different timings, there’ll surely be one which fits your needs and schedule! Check out the website here.


33. National Library



We know that the library is more than a place for reading – many of us would have seen exhibitions, competitions or activities going on. But who are the people behind each event? If you love the library, volunteer at your favourite place: help out with workshops, be event assistants, or simply aid in decoration and housekeeping.

The library also runs its kidsREAD programme, where for an hour each week, volunteers can read books to underprivileged children. As you read aloud and watch as the children hunger for every word, you’ll know that you’ve made a difference. 

How to Volunteer: Sign up as a volunteer here


34. Flag Days



When we think of volunteerism, we think of direct service – physically helping others. However, there are organisations who are in greater need of funds than manpower, and that’s why flag days are still meaningful. Even though we can’t imagine how the hours spent walking along Orchard Road will help – I bet most flag days are done just for the CIP hours – the money raised will go towards the running of services and the buying of materials.

Many organisations hold annual flag day fundraising events – the full schedule can be found here. Besides being the one holding the tin can, the next time you’re approached by a volunteer, don’t run away. Think about others – your sacrifice can go a long way in helping them!

How to Volunteer: The full schedule can be found here, or sign up for Mercy Relief’s flag day here


35. Make-A-Wish Foundation



‘If you have one wish, one wish only – to have anything, meet anyone, be anybody or do anything, what would your one true wish be?’

Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening conditions, giving them the strength to fight their illnesses and memories to cherish for life. A wish is granted every 30 minutes worldwide, and since 2003, the Singapore affiliate has granted over 900 wishes. 

If you’d like to play a part in granting wishes, you can either sign up as a general volunteer or a wish granter. General volunteers use their skills and expertise to help in the office, while wish granters are involved in the wish granting journey  of a child. Besides that, other alternatives include holding fundraising events, in-kind donations which grants the child’s wishes, and monetary donations. 

Address: 1 Coleman Street, #04-18 The Adelphi, Singapore 179803 
Telephone: +65-6334-WISH (9474) 
Email: info@makeawish.org.sg
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here


36. ONE Singapore



ONE Singapore aims to eradicate poverty through the raising of awareness and taking concrete actions. In support of the United Nations’ Millenium Development Goals, such as the promotion of gender equality and reduction of child mortality, ONE Singapore also partners corporate and non-profit organisations in a variety of projects.

Change the world one small step at a time, develop your skills and meet new people when you volunteer with ONE Singapore. Help out in promotion, be a volunteer co-ordinator, a writer, or even in admin and technical support!

Address: 531A Upper Cross Street #03-112 Hong Lim Complex Singapore 051531
How to Volunteer: Fill up the application form here.


Reach Out and Volunteer


As able-bodied individuals, we can do our part for society by gathering our friends and volunteering together. Not only are we reaching out to our fellow Singaporeans, we are spending quality time wisely with our friends. If the above places aren’t what you’re looking for, you can visit the nearest community centre, or even your school, church, or temple. 

Volunteering is more fun when you’re bonding, learning, and growing with people you know, so if you’re hesitant about volunteering alone, call a friend along. 

“Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.” ― H. Jackson Brown Jr.