​Autism Awareness Day 2018

Event start date: 09 Mar 2018 - Event end date: 09 Mar 2018

Venue: National Stadium

Contact information:

wsc-vm@e.ntu.edu.sg

Published on: 30-Jan-2018

Join us in bringing SMILE, JOY and LAUGHTER to the beneficiaries from St. Andrew’s Autism Centre this Recess Week! NTU’s Welfare Services Club – Volunteer Management is organising a 1-day volunteering event, Autism Awareness Day 2018, in which we will be engaging with the beneficiaries with various fun-filled activities and games. Sign up NOW to not miss out on this rare and wonderful opportunity to know more about the autistic beneficiaries!

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Join us in bringing fun, joy and laughter to the beneficiaries from St. Andrew’s Autism Centre this Recess Week! NTU’s Welfare Services Club – Volunteer Management is organising a 1-day volunteering event, Autism Awareness Day 2018, in which we will be engaging the beneficiaries with various fun-filled activities and games. 

You can bring a smile to their faces by participating in the simple station games, activities and have a picnic lunch together with them! :) Sign up NOW to not miss out on this rare and wonderful opportunity to volunteer and get to know more about the autistic beneficiaries! 

Event details:
Date: 9th March 2018, Friday
Time: 9.00am – 2.00pm 
Venue: National Stadium 

You can email us or visit our social media platforms to find out more!

E-mail: wsc-vm@e.ntu.edu.sg
Facebook Page: NTU WSC Volunteer Management
Event Page on FB: Autism Awareness Day 2018 
Instagram: @ntuwscvm
 
To sign up, simply click the link below and fill in your particulars!
www.tinyurl.com/autismawarenessday2018

See you there!! :) 




About NTU Welfare Services Club

Founded in 1985, the Welfare Services Club (WSC) is a non-academic constituent club in NTU which provides an umbrella of voluntary activities and social work to all students. Besides growing from strength to strength in membership, the WSC has also undergone incredible expansions in its activities to reach out to more beneficiaries every year. Currently, it runs 8 Regular Service Projects (RSPs) serving the Deaf, Elderly, Children, Intellectually Disabled, Mental Health, Physically Challenged, Visually Handicapped and Youth, which comprises volunteers serving these beneficiaries weekly at various locations.

WSC also runs 6 Special Projects and 4 Supporting Committees. Its Special Projects provide additional support to beneficiaries both locally and overseas. These projects, which include Camp OutReach, Challenge ur Limits, Ignite Change, Operation Hope, Overseas Volunteering Expedition and Volunteer Management, have established themselves well within and beyond the university. Volunteers engaged in Special Projects and Supporting Committees gain invaluable skills in entrepreneurship, events management, planning, coordination and many more.

About Volunteer Management

Volunteer Management (VM) is one of the Special Projects under the umbrella of WSC. VM aims to spread the spirit of volunteerism among students of NTU – mainly non-WSC members – through organising various interactive events with the beneficiaries. By providing a readily available platform for interaction between the beneficiaries and the new student volunteers, VM hopes to ignite the students’ passion for volunteerism. Subsequently, VM aims to create a ripple effect to encourage more students to engage in voluntary work and share the joy of giving.  

In addition, VM is also actively involved in engaging and raising the awareness for external beneficiaries, by providing them a platform to interact with the students and staff of NTU. By reaching out to new beneficiaries, we hope to help WSC explore the possibilities for further collaborations so that we can help more people and benefit the society.

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