Find an Opportunity

Find an Opportunity

Looking for an Opportunity to give back?

Wondering where to start and what you can do? Here are some opportunities to help others in the community. Click on the links to find out more about each opportunity and start giving back today!

If you know of a volunteer opportunity that should be on this list, please write in to:
Ms Josephine Chng (Office of Alumni Relations)

#SGUnited #OneNUS #NUSDOS20

Art Therapy Facilitators - Mendaki is looking for art therapy facilitators to guide small groups of children during art lessons that help them to reflect on their skills and emotions.

Musical Theatre Limited - MTL believes in putting up musicals with social causes. Take a look at their Musicals with a Mission programme!

For the Love of Stories - Join NUS BizAlum and read stories over Zoom to children from Beyond Social Services on 4 September!

KidsFun Online (#Youth4Good) - This initiative by Youth Corps Singapore takes place on 5 and 12 September 2020. Be a Volunteer Befriender and help to make learning fun for children on Zoom.

KidSTART Groups - KidSTART Groups are weekly community-based sessions for young children (ages 1-3) and their primary caregivers from lower-income families. 

Youth Corps Singapore - Youth Corps offers youths a myriad of volunteering opportunities, such as meal delivery to the elderly and beach clean-ups. 

SGUnited Volunteers - Help different charities by donating money, essential items, or your time.

Blood Donation - Find out more about how blood donation works and make an appointment to donate blood today.

Engineering Good's Computers Against Covid (CAC) - Donate old laptops, computer mice, and laptop bags for the underprivileged. Alternatively, volunteer as part of the logistics team to deliver the refurbished laptops!

Faculty of Engineering and Engineering Alumni Singapore - Calling all Engineering alumni, students, and staff: volunteer at Willing Hearts or at Man Fut Tong Welfare Society with FoE and EAS!

The Food Bank Singapore - Volunteer by sorting and packing incoming food donations, or simply by donating excess non-perishable food via islandwide Food Bank boxes!

Food from the Heart - Volunteer for food distribution activities such as food sorting and packing to provide food security to beneficiaries. 

HealthServe - HealthServe seeks to meet the needs of the migrant workers in our community and provide support to them.

KampungKakis - A neighbourhood buddy system that supports the elderly, low-income families, and vulnerable residents during the pandemic. Sign up to be a buddy or a Kampung Chief!

Majulah Belanja - Grant the wishes of migrant workers - think simple treats like board games and snacks and necessities like soap and clothes.

Project Awareness - Project Awareness has been giving back to the community since 2013. Check their page for regular calls for volunteers or donations to help low-income families and the elderly.

Project C.A.N. - As one of the special projects under NUS Students' Community Service Club, Project C.A.N. has shifted its focus during the COVID-19 period to be the Collection in Aid of the Needy and Care Packs in Appreciation for our Nurses. Learn more about their fundraising efforts today!

Red Cross Singapore - Join the biggest humanitarian network that brings people together to aid the vulnerable.

Willing Hearts Soup Kitchen - Volunteer at the Soup Kitchen to provide daily meals to the underprivileged.

Willing Hearts Sewing Club - Spend your Saturday mornings sewing new clothes, masks, pillow cases etc. for beneficiaries of Willing Hearts.

Happy People Helping People - HPHP aims to reach out to needy elderly living within our society. You can pay for a meal for an elderly beneficiary via Secondmeal. 

Meals-on-Wheels - A meal delivery programme to meet the daily needs of home-bound elderly.

Medical Escorts and Chaperones for Vulnerable Seniors - Accompany seniors for their check-ups at hospitals and assist to translate medical terms if necessary.

e-Volunteer at Lions Home for the Elders - Submit videos of performances, craft tutorials, words of encouragement etc. for residents at Lions Home.

RunNUS - From now to 27 September, run virtually with RunNUS, an annual event organised by NUS Students' Sports Club. In its 14th year running, RunNUS seeks to raise awareness and inclusivity of Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs. Net proceeds of the run will be channeled to their beneficiaries – Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) and Disabled People’s Association (DPA).

Team Nila - Spearheaded by Sport Singapore, Team Nila is a national volunteerism movement that promotes the culture of giving, citizenship partnership and social cohesion through sport. Volunteer as a Challenge Ambassadors to perform outreach to sport centre users to share about the SG55 Singapore Challenge and to encourage sign-ups and participation.