NDP 2022 launches #DoingGood campaign website, over 100 opportunities available

The initiative will run from Jul 16 to Aug 6.

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Published: 20 June 2022, 3:18 PM

In celebration of National Day 2022, the #DoingGood campaign — an initiative which calls on Singapore to support various social causes — will be held from Jul 16 to Aug 6. 

The website, which went live last week, features over 100 activities. 

The campaign is designed to encourage Singaporeans to “fulfil their pledges for causes”. 

The volunteering opportunities were put together to provide Singaporeans a chance to come together and build on the spirit of care and compassion to make Singapore stronger.  

As part of the initiative, the Youth Corps Singapore is organising an exercise programme for migrant workers at Cochrane Recreational Centre and Terusan Recreational centre. 

Volunteers will get to engage the migrant workers through sports such as badminton, allowing them to stay active and healthy. They will also guide and facilitate stretching exercises for the workers at the end of the session.

Equipment such as rackets, nets and shuttlecocks will be provided at the centre.

In addition, the Youth Corps Singapore is also seeking out volunteers who can help administer a Needs Assessment Survey to learn more about the concerns of families with young children living in rental housing. 

Volunteers will receive an orientation and training to learn more about the programme. They will then have a one to one visit with the families in order to conduct the survey.

Other volunteering opportunities include delivering groceries and NTUC vouchers to the beneficiaries of the ONE Emergency Fund, which assists low-income individuals and families in Singapore. 

The #DoingGood campaign will be held in conjunction with the #PledgeSG campaign which encourages Singaporeans to pledge their support for various causes and express their hopes for the country. 

Those who wish to be publicly featured on the digital social wall can post on their social media pages using #PledgeSG and #NDP2022. Alternatively, they can also post directly on the PledgeSG website.

The full list of volunteering activities can be accessed online.

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