“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 2017/2018 Projects
Hi! SINGAPORE, also known as Hi!SG for short, is an annual event organised by Regular Service Project (Deaf Community) to bring together both the Deaf and hearing communities for a day of fun...read more
On 24 March 2018, 20 residents from Metta Home made their way to Singapore Chinese Garden for an outing in the great outdoors. Aimed at giving residents an opportunity to appreciate nature, this...read more
Singaporean youth volunteers are familiar faces in Kampong Cham, Cambodia, and in December 2017, the community hosted a group of NTU Uni-Y volunteers who were there for their International...read more
Riding on the joyous occasion of Christmas, Santa’s Super Partners celebrated the art of giving through interaction between NTU University Scholars Programme (NTU-USP) student volunteers and the...read more
To many Chinese around the world, the Lunar New Year is a joyous time where families and friends get together to play, eat and chat. The elders would give red envelopes to the younger ones, as a form of...read more
The UNIQKIDZ Camp, a three-day non-residential camp, is an annual initiative organised by NTU Hall of Residence 1 for underprivileged children. This most recent edition held from 18 - 20...read more
It is normal for families to stock up on goodies in preparation for the Lunar New Year but for those facing financial difficulties and mobility issues, this could be a luxury. To spread the festive...read more
Insights Into Autism 2018 was a panel dialogue session held at the Clinical Sciences Building in Novena on 23 February 2018. Organised by Project ANGEL@LKC, the sharing session aimed to educate...read more
As Singapore is transforming into a digital society, it is important for everyone to know basic digital skills such as operating a smartphone. In collaboration with Yuhua Community Club, the School...read more
In collaboration with Martha Seniors Activity Centre and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, the NTU School of Humanities Club (SoH Club) hosted a day carnival on 14 April 2018 for residents living in...read more
An annual initiative by GiveBack@CresPion, Inspiring Singapore's Future aims to encourage children to study harder and aspire towards entering a University in the future, residents of NTU...read more
21 volunteers from NTU Hall 4 Touch of the Hearts (TOTS) helped to put on a fresh coat of paint at the corridors of the Down Syndrome Association (DSA) premises from 21-22 December 2017. The...read more
Kembara Namra was an overseas community project by NTU/NIE Malay Language and Cultural Society. Even though it was held over the fasting month of Ramadhan, participants pressed on and went to the...read more
Organised by NTU Psychology Society and in collaboration with The New Light Foundation Community Development Centre (The New Light CDC), participants went to Baan Namkem village (which was once...read more
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