Singapore - Volunteer Jobs
There are many opportunities for
volunteering in Singapore. The easiest groups to locate and join as a
volunteer are those connected with your child’s school or at any expatriate
group that you choose to join.
All the groups listed under ‘organizations’ need volunteers in some of the following areas:
Reception and help desk
Newsletter or magazine publication
Tours and activities including sports groups
Fundraising for charities
Check out the website of your expatriate group (see ‘Organizations’) for other volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer Jobs with Animals
Riding for the Disabled
Tel: + 65 6251 7020
email: [email protected]
Riding for the Disabled provides daily, therapy, horse riding sessions for 23 special needs' schools.
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
31 Mt Vernon Road
Tel: + 65 6287 5355
The SPCA has jobs for volunteers in the fields of administration, fund raising, public relations, education and pet care.
- Volunteer Jobs in the Arts
Friends of the National Museums
51 Armenian Street
Tel: + 65 6332 3650
Fax: + 65 6332 3650
Become part of the volunteer support group for the National Heritage Board! The Heritage Board holds talks, runs study groups, book groups and tours that investigate the culture and history of SE Asia. The Heritage Board also trains volunteer guides for Singapore’s museums. The majority of its members are expatriates.
Volunteering in the Local Community
The National Council of Social Service co-ordinates volunteering through its Volunteer Action for Social Service program.
National Council of Social Service
170 Ghim Moh Road #01-02
Volunteer Action for Social Service
Hotline Tel: 1800 210 2600
National Volunteer Centre
7 Maxwell Road #05-01 Annexe B MND Complex
Tel: 1 800 325 0965
Fax: + 65 6221 0625
An example of the volunteer opportunities listed on this website are:
Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
47, Toa Payoh Rise
Tel: + 65 6251 4331
Fax: + 65 6253 7191
This project aims to help children between the ages of 4 - 8 with reading difficulties. Volunteers visit the homes of these children to provide them one-on-one reading sessions.