EDUCATIONAL PARTNERS

”It is not enough to be compassionate – you must act”
– The Dalai Lama

Volunteering is a great way for our students to be involved in the community and learn more about the social challenges faced by those in need.

Beyond picking up useful skills and knowledge, they are able to gain renewed perspectives from interacting with our clients and understanding the situations they face. We hope that the time with us would enable them to continue giving back to society and to make an impact wherever they go. 

Read on to find out more about the ways student groups can be involved in the work we do!

If you are an individual student volunteer, click here

Virtual and Off-Site Volunteering Opportunities

Seniors Children and Youth with Special Needs Youth and Families Offsite Volunteering Online Fund Raising
Tele Befriending Online Exercise Online Art & Craft Food delivery/distribution/packing Online Fund Raising
Online Chair Exercise Online Art & Craft Storytelling Curating activity packs/sensory boards
Online Art & Craft Storytelling Virtual Mentor/Tutor Safe Entry/Temperature Screening
    Online Family Bonding Activities

Face to face activities

Seniors Children and Youth with Special Needs Youth and Families Fund Raising
Befriending Classroom support Youth Mentor/Tutor Bazaars, charity events, and donation drives
Facilitation of exercise, art and craft, cooking, gardening activities Coordinate and organise Workshops (e.g. art & craft, storytelling, exercise) Coordinate and organise Workshops (e.g. art & craft, storytelling, exercise)
Outdoor activities Outdoor activities Outdoor activities
Spring-cleaning/Decluttering Spring-cleaning/Decluttering

How can you Volunteer as a School Group?

Student groups can volunteer with us through one-off events or/and regular engagements.

Please indicate your interest with us at least 2 months in advance.

All volunteers are required to complete an eOrientation module before their volunteering session with AWWA.