“Give your hands to serve, and your heart to love.” – Mother Teresa
In this increasingly hectic world, we often find ourselves getting caught in the rat race, while striving to increase our own standing and well-being in the society. It is with little wonder that people grow more individualistic and inward looking day by day.
Pause and think.
When was the last time you made a difference to someone’s life? While it is easy to be swept up in our own troubles, we must not forget that there are others who are less fortunate than us.
This is just a glimpse of how fellow students have been giving back. No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Be inspired to be a force for good too.
Academic Year 2016/2017 Projects
In collaboration with Beyond Social Services, over 40 students from the NTU Humanities and Social Sciences Club held an educational camp, entitled “iCamp” for 30 beneficiaries on 11 and 12 March...read more
As part of their Overseas Community Involvement Project (OCIP), 24 undergraduates from NTU Hall of Residence 1 travelled to Laos from 17 June to 1 July 2017, to construct a primary school for the...read more
MAXAR is a charity fund-raising Special Projects Committee of Hall 8. It aims to achieve, enrich and empower people’s lives through empathy one step at a time. In partnership with AWWA, MAXAR...read more
An initiative co-developed together with SportCares, NTU Sea Lions is a social development water programme targeted at underprivileged children and youth-at-risk aged between 9 and 16 years old....read more
In collaboration with Fei Yue, the Special Projects Committee of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Club organised a MAE Outreach event, Carnival Fortitude, on 20 May 2017. This...read more
Last October, students from the USP Club personally decorated notebooks and pouches for the children from Filos Community Services, and customized them according to each individual child’s...read more
Gentle Paws & Friends, was conceived from the idea of introducing Hall 15 residents to alternative volunteering activities such as caring for abused and abandoned animals; exposing...read more
It’s the season of giving! And what better way to give than to give back to the community? It has almost become a tradition that Hall 8 MAXAR would have their annual Christmas event with...read more
For an average child suffering from cerebral palsy, slower motor skills and restrictions in mobility has disqualified them from playing with most electronic toys available...read more
On 14 January 2017, more than 70 Crescent and Pioneer Hall residents gathered bright and early in the hall canteen, raring to kick-off the inaugural GiveBack Day. Students had taken time...read more
Driven by Nanyang Business School's Quantitative Finance and Actuarial Science Club (QFASC), Project MYCamp is a community initiative that aims to get children to take charge of their learning...read more
A partnership with the Filos Community Services’ Community Befriending Programme, the USP Chinese New Year event celebrates giving by encouraging students to reach out to the disengaged elderly...read more
Project MI is an Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) project for students to develop their capabilities for leadership and community whilst at the same time, raise awareness about the issue...read more
Students from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) came together one Friday afternoon with a common goal in mind - to give back to the community. Project EEE...read more
As part of reaching out to children from Fei Yue Student Care Centre and empowering them to celebrate their unique differences, students from University Scholars Programme (USP) Club...read more
Age is but a number - ask the enthusiastic guests who were shouting out estimates of costs of household items bought from a nearby supermarket! Across Generations was organised by...read more
Two Halls of Residence, Crescent Hall and Pioneer Hall came together for the common purpose of giving back to the community - GiveBack @ CresPion. The first big initiative, titled...read more