Dignity at the end
Training conducted by specialist volunteers from Singapore helped nurse Rina Wahyuni gain confidence in promoting palliative care for terminally ill children.
Making every (paint) drop count
Aiming to build rapport and re-connect with our volunteers, the Singapore International Foundation organised an art jamming session for our Singapore International Volunteers (SIVs) and their friends on World Water Day on 22 March.
Wells of hope
Over the next three years from now until 2016, some 7,000 villagers will get access to clean drinking water via 36 tube wells that will be dug in the townships of Kaw Hmu and Kungyangon in Yangon, Myanmar.
Driving for change
Matthew Spacie, founder and CEO of Magic Bus, highlights the power of community involvement and partnerships in nurturing the next generation of changemakers to do good for their communities.
Journey for good
Sixteen teams from eight countries to embark on SIF’s Young Social Entrepreneurs 2013 programme.
To lead, to serve, to inspire with passion
Singapore International Volunteer Vincent Pang on why he gives back and how the Water for Life project made him realise the importance of water.
Nurturing the spirit of corporate volunteering
Riding on the success of the first Words on Wheels volunteering trip to Hanoi, Vietnam in 2011, Keppel Land continued their commitment by sending their staff on a second trip to do their bit for a good cause last November.
Exchanges for good
Disappearing Moon celebrates the cross-cultural collaboration between artists Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley under our Artist-in-Residence Exchange programme.
SIF celebrates International Volunteer Day
It was a time to gather, share perspectives and make new friends.
The gift of clean water
This Christmas, spread some good cheer by helping us gift clean drinking water to the children of Lamongan, Indonesia.