Five volunteering opportunities in February 2022

From operating a camera to gardening, here are some volunteering opportunities to put your skills to good use.

Naren Sankar

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Published: 9 February 2022, 3:14 PM

February is dubbed to be the month of love with Valentine’s Day falling on the 14th.

But instead of simply celebrating our loved ones this month, why not consider spreading love to those who need it more through volunteering?

Here are five volunteer opportunities available in February 2022.

1. Grouting of Mosaic art pieces by Friends of the Disabled Society

Friends of the Disabled Society (FDS) aims to meet the social needs of physically impaired people by providing avenues for them to interact among themselves or able-bodied people.

This workshop gets volunteers to help with the grouting of the mosaic art pieces made by beneficiaries.

It will be held on Feb 10, 15 and 17 at 10am and 2pm at FDS at Novena. Each session will last for three hours. 


FDS was registered as a non-profit organisation in 2000. PHOTO CREDIT: GIVING.SG

Training will be provided for the volunteers who must be interested in arts and craft. Five volunteers are needed per session.

Register for the opportunity here.

2. Camera or video person for #IChooseHope art workshop for children by Youth Corps Leaders Programme

#IChooseHope aims to create an art journal for students under the Study Buddy programme of CampusImpact. A camera or video person is needed for the workshop who needs to be able to edit the photos or videos after the workshop.

The session is taking place on Mar 16, and registration closes once all the slots are full. Registration is already open this month.


Youth Corps Singapore seeks to empower youth eager to serve the community by providing them opportunities through ad-hoc, regular and project-based service projects. PHOTO CREDIT: SG CARES

The programme will be from 2.30pm to 6pm at CampusImpact on Mar 16.

Those interested can register for the session via this link

3. Volunteering activity at Punggol Waterway Park by National Parks Board

This opportunity requires volunteers to enhance the greenery in Punggol Waterway Park through basic gardening skills.

It takes place on Feb 26 from 9am to 11am.

Punggol Waterway Park is also a haven for bird-watchers. One can expect to see birds such as the Black-naped Oriole and Pink-necked Green Pigeon. PHOTO CREDIT: SG CARES

Volunteers must be able to work under the sun and do basic gardening maintenance such as weeding and pruning among others. The session is limited to 10 volunteers and volunteers will be put on a wait list once this number is reached.

To volunteer for this activity, click here, and a confirmation email will be sent prior to Feb 26.

4. Packing of event goodie bags by Breast Cancer Foundation

The Breast Cancer Foundation requires help with the packing of items for the Pink Ribbon Walk 2021 finisher packs for mailing out.

Each shift is from 10am to 5pm daily between now to Feb 10 at the Breast Cancer Foundation in Sin Ming.

The Pink Ribbon Walk, which promotes breast cancer awareness, drew 2,300 participants last year. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/PINK RIBBON WALK

Volunteers will need to be 18 and above, fully vaccinated and able to commit for the entire day that they signed up for. 

Register to volunteer here.

5. Activity facilitators by Glyph Community

Every weekend, Glyph Community runs different non-academic activities for kids and youth in the fields of arts, sports, life skills, field trips among others. 

Volunteers need to be able to facilitate these activities and engage the kids. No prior skills are required to volunteer but you must be 17 and above. 


Glyph Community is a children’s charity aiming to advance opportunities for underprivileged children and youth in Singapore. PHOTO CREDIT: GIVING.SG

The activities take place from 9.30am to 5pm on both Saturdays and Sundays. 

Volunteers are to be fully vaccinated and can sign up on this website.

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