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SG Enable’s Enabling Volunteers and MSF Family Volunteers help to build a caring and inclusive Singapore, where persons with disabilities are enabled as integral and contributing members of society.

Enabling Volunteers help to:

  • Partner SG Enable to improve the employability of persons with disabilities and advocate for greater disability inclusion in the workplace (i.e. corporate volunteers)
  • Champion for greater inclusion for persons with disabilities through public education (e.g. as an Inclusion Champion [iChamp] if you are a person with disability who would like to volunteer)
  • Guide caregivers of persons with disabilities who lack mental capacity to apply for deputyship orders, if you are legally trained

MSF Family Volunteers help to:

  • Care for children with special needs who have been abused, neglected or abandoned
Find out about SG Enable