For Individuals

It’s really easy to sign up as a volunteer. You don’t need to have a partner or be in a group, and don’t worry if you don’t have the skills. We have people here to teach you how to become a good volunteer. You can choose how to spend time with the elderly – art & craft, outings, exercising, sing-along sessions, games etc. Plus, it’s a great way to make new friends!

There's a Chinese saying that goes like this "reciprocate the society when you have benefitted from it". I'd like to encourage the younger generation to endorse this belief and contribute their strengths with a compassionate heart and gratitude to the society.
- Mr Ng Hock Chuan, Volunteer Leader 


Click here to register as an individual volunteer! 

Requests to volunteer with Ren Ci will be assessed to ensure that your area of interest is suitably matched to an area of need within the organisation. After the initial assessment and screening, new volunteers will need to go through an orientation. On-the-job training and in-service training will also be conducted depending on where you volunteer in.

Ren Ci appreciates all our volunteers. We want to grow together and work closely with our volunteers to serve our beneficiaries better. To support this, we have in place access to training, benefits and where necessary, policies to support any grievance or challenge that a volunteer may feel in the course of partnering us.


For Organisations


Many companies send their staff to our hospital and nursing homes to be volunteers. Although they are busy with their work, these nice people still make time to plan interesting programmes and activities for our patients and residents. It’s like VIA but for adults and equally fun! There’s so much we can do together to bring a ray of hope and joy to our patients and residents! Tell your company about us because we welcome you into our family anytime.


If you’re a student, you would have heard about Values in Action (VIA) programme from your school. It’s really interesting to do VIA in Ren Ci. You and your schoolmates can plan an activity or a programme you think will brighten up a patient or a resident’s life. Like planning an event for the patients and residents (magic shows, song and dance, etc) or simply befriending the seniors. Start rallying all your schoolmates and tell your school about us, because we would like to hear what bright ideas you’ve got!

Because of the joy on their faces, I am more motivated to volunteer. - Toh Jun Jie, Pioneer Junior College 


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