BA Giving is the charitable arm of the British Association.
Whether you are new to the island or a longstanding resident, getting involved in charitable giving and volunteering can be a great way to make a positive difference to others while enriching your own Singapore experience.
Currently, the British Association supports 5 charities. To be selected for support from us, charities must demonstrate that they operate efficiently and transparently, that they offer niche or unique services for which there is a great need, and that they are not receiving disproportionate funding from other sources.
You can find all the latest calls for volunteers from our charities here.
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Star PALS (Paediatric Advance Life Support), a service of HCA Hospice Care, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, that may range from neurological or congenital conditions to childhood cancer, at home.
A team of doctors, nurses, medical social workers and counsellors partner with the families and the children’s healthcare professionals to provide a customised and holistic care plan. Star PALS is looking for volunteers to help in a variety of different forms.
Christine Van Der Ven, Volunteer Coordinator
Assisi offers a palliative care programme for patients suffering from cancer and other life limiting conditions. Volunteers are needed to work with the inpatients in the day centre, with befriending, general help and outings. They also require anyone skilled in massage or other therapies.
Siew Hong TEO –email@example.com
Chin Hui – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Haven is a Salvation Army home for children of all ages who are temporarily unable to live at home for financial, legal or other reasons. Volunteers are needed for reading, crafts and cooking with the charming and endlessly grateful children in the afternoons after school. The Haven is located on Pasir Pajang, close to West Coast Park.
Breadline is a community service body which supports around 200 families recommended by social services and to whom financial support is given. Volunteers are required to visit families at home, build up a relationship and hand over the funds.
Tel: 62584686 or 96529207
This centre is dedicated to help treat and bring hope to teen girls who have suffered the trauma of repeated abuse. It is the first of its kind in Singapore and is unique for its small group home concept where each residential intake is limited to 12 girls. They are looking for relief carers, ‘befrienders’ as family role models, assistance with homework and help organising excursions and outings for the residents.
Mrs Adelene Wee – Director