SharityIRL - Sharity Youth Volunteer Programme


Sharity Youth Volunteer Survey

We want to hear from you, yes you! Simply fill up a short survey below that will take no more than 5 minutes of your time and receive a limited edition #SharityIRL tote bag, while stocks last! This short survey will help us to find out more about the trends of youth volunteerism and we hope to better understand your thoughts and preference on volunteerism. 
 

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*The tote bag will be given on a first-come-first-serve basis, while stocks last.


What is Sharity Youth Volunteer Programme?

The Dalai Lama once said, "it is not enough to be compassionate - you must act". Volunteerism is about helping the disadvantaged in our community and showing them that we care through actions. It is also about making the most of your time and hidden talents while making new friends along the way.

Let's hear what Hari and Andrew from St Patrick's School have to say about their volunteering experience with Sharity!
 

 

How to bring out the Sharity in you in real life?

Stay tuned while Team Sharity prepares a brand new exciting yet meaningful volunteering experience for you!

Whether you are a student who wishes to do a part for the underprivileged, or an educator who endeavors to build the next generation of givers through volunteerism, contact us at team_sharity@ncss.gov.sg.


Our Sharity Youth Volunteers Hall of Fame!

On 10 January 2020, 40 students from Hougang Secondary School heeded our call for more youth volunteers and took part in our annual Community Chest Fu Dai. They spent their Friday afternoon packing festive bags (or 'Fu Dai' in Mandarin) containing food and other household necessities - which were then delivered to seniors and families in need on Saturday - and truly embodied the caring and sharing spirit of Sharity.
 

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On 14 August 2019, over 80 youth volunteers from St Patrick's School and River Valley High School played the roles of big brothers and sisters to their primary school peers at Sharity Day 2019, and found themselves spending a very meaningful day at Gardens by the Bay.
 

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