We are recruiting volunteer for Kids World 2017! Kids' World is a 3-day day camp catered to 100 underprivileged children with the inspiring theme 'A Hero Within Me'. Get this chance to have a close interaction with the children through fun filled activities and workshops for all 3 days! Refer to our poster for more information to sign up for this meaningful event!
Greetings from Volunteer Management!
You are invited to join us as a volunteer in Kids' World 2017!
The much anticipated Kids' World is BACK! Kids' World is a signature project of NTU's Welfare Services Club – Volunteer Management. It is a 3-day day-camp organised annually for children (aged between 8 to 12 years old) from underprivileged backgrounds to share in the year-end festivities over activities and workshops who many of you will otherwise have few opportunities to attend.
This year, touch the lives of underprivileged children by being their companion in the 3 days of fun and games, with the aim of discovering their potential and mustering the courage to be who they want to be. Kids' World 2017 will be more exciting and meaningful than ever, revolving around the theme of "A Hero Within Me".
This event comprises of a 1-day Volunteer Interaction Day on 18th December 2017 (Monday) and a 3-day day camp with the children beneficiaries spanning from 19th December 2017 (Tuesday) to 21st December 2017 (Thursday).
You can email us or visit our social media platforms to find out more
Facebook Page: NTU WSC Volunteer Management
To sign up, simply click the link below and fill in our particulars! Please do indicate your interest by 4th November (Saturday) 2359! We will inform you of the selection results, and confirm your attendance via email in 1 to 2 weeks' time.
Thank you so much for your charitable support and hope to see you in KIDS' WORLD 2017!!
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.