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Help out in our local community

NUS Rotaract has 6 local projects that serve a diverse community, ranging from young students who require extra help in their studies to the elderly living on their own. Find a cause that speaks to you and join us in making our local community a better place today! 

Scroll down to learn more about our local projects' beneficiaries and frequency of sessions!



The main beneficiary of Achieving Kids & Kins is children from low-income families. 


At Achieving Kids & Kins, we befriend the children, help them with their studies and organise interactive programs during post-exam periods. By volunteering with us, you can coach and guide children from vulnerable families academically, inspiring them to strive towards their goals in life. This project is perfect for those who are empathetic and committed!


Volunteering sessions
● Hourly sessions every Tuesday or Saturday (choice to be in both)
● Online zoom sessions due to COVID-19

● Commitment period: Jan - Dec 2022



The main beneficiary of CUP@JKRC is primary and secondary school students from low-income families who need extra help in their school work. 

At CUP@JKRC, we conduct enrichment programmes, organise student and volunteer retreats and develop volunteers into compassionate and empathetic leaders of social change. By volunteering with us, you can support these young students in catching up with their studies and encourage them to work towards their goals in life. 

Volunteering sessions (current sessions are all online)

Choose one:
● Every Tuesday

  ○ 7PM-8.30PM (Sec 1-4)

● Every Wednesday
    ○ 6.30PM-7.30PM (P1-P4)
    ○ 7.30PM-9.00PM (P5-P6)


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The main beneficiary of Lions Befrienders is the elderly in our society.


At Lions Befrienders, we do house visits to ensure that the elderly are healthy while engaging in meaningful conversations with them and providing them with any support and help they need. We also have lunch services where we organise bingo sessions, art-and-craft activities, birthday and special event celebrations. This gives the elderly a chance to connect with others, learn new skills and celebrate occasions together.


Volunteering sessions
● Every Sunday, 10AM-12PM
● Holland Village/ Ghim Moh area


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The main beneficiary of Me Too! Club is the intellectually disabled.


At Me Too! Club, we aim to enhance the social integration of the intellectually disabled through planning and executing events for them. We also work closely and interact with their caregivers.


Volunteering sessions
● Every Saturday, 9am - 1pm

● Physical sessions

   (Likely to be online through zoom if COVID-19 situation worsens)


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The main beneficiary of Project Embrace is children and youth with autism.


At Project Embrace, we hold team bonding classroom activities, schoolwork coaching and self-enriching activities which aims to enhance the children and youth’s confidence. By volunteering with us, you can make an impact to their lives through encouraging them to maximise their potential.


Volunteering sessions
● Every Saturday, 11AM-1PM
● Either through zoom or physical (children’s house)



The main beneficiary of Project KRaft is the children and elderly patients in NUH. 


At Project KRaft, we plan and execute activities and events for the children and elderly patients at NUH, and engage with them through companionship. By volunteering with us, you can help the patients feel less bored during their stay at the hospital and truly make their day.


Volunteering sessions
● Weekly sessions
● Timings vary depending on various committees

● Both online and physical sessions depending on restrictions

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