Volunteers are important assets and are valued for their experiences and services. A strong volunteer base allows for contributions from the volunteers to be effectively integrated with existing resources to help meet the core mission of CCF. Join us as a volunteer and be part of a meaningful and rewarding journey for children who are affected by cancer.
In line with the heightened measures in place to curb with the spread of COVID-19, CCF’s volunteering programmes have been suspended till further notice, with a selected number of activities moved online. To help us prepare for the re-starting of our volunteering programmes, you may register your interest here.
We seek your understanding that only a limited number of volunteer roles are currently available.
For any enquiries, please contact us at 6229 3730 or email email@example.com.
What is expected as a volunteer in CCF?
- To be 18 years old and above at the point of application.
- For all Service-based Volunteering (SBV) and in some forms of Event-based Volunteering (EBV), vaccination for mumps, measles, rubella, pertussis and chicken pox (volunteers with a history of chicken pox would need to go for a blood test) is compulsory.
- Abide by the guidelines listed in Volunteer Code of Conduct.
- Adhere to the commitment period of each volunteer programme.
Most of all, to have a heart for the children and their families who are affected by cancer!
Service-based Volunteering (SBV) Programme
PALS Lunch Assistant
VIBS Got Mail
Event-based Volunteering (EBV) Programme
Planning Committee Member/Co-Group Leader/Befriender
Administrative & Logistics Support
Ad Hoc Volunteering (AHV) Programme
For any enquiries, please contact us at 6229 3729 / 6229 3730 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.