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#Heartwork: Ms Dorin Phua

Ms Dorin Phua’s role has evolved over her ten-year tenure, from initially supporting investor relations to her current focus on community investment and internal communications.

#Heartwork: Mr Ng Boon Teck

What began as a simple request from a sick friend to lend a helping hand at one of TOUCH's children's clubs in Clementi has since blossomed into a lifelong commitment to nurturing young minds and hearts.

#Heartwork: Mr Devanand Ramasandara

Mr Devanand Ramasandara, Volunteer Manager, Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (SANA), traces back to a series of interconnected moments and experiences that led him to his role.

#Heartwork: Ms Chee Yan Yi

Ms Chee Yan Yi is an advocate for volunteering and community service and tries to commit to a certain amount of time to give back each year. Yan Yi is currently an active volunteer in her neighbourhood; offers pro bono career coaching for those that need sponsorship.

#Heartwork: Ms Patsy Ang

In her early career, Ms Patsy Ang, Volunteer Management Executive at Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support, balanced her corporate responsibilities with a deep commitment to volunteering. With like-minded friends, she engaged in various charitable activities, including a transformative trip to the Children of Tomorrow Youth Centre in Myanmar.

#Heartwork: Ms Lesley Goonting and Mr Dil Devaser

Volunteering transforms lives. Ms Lesley Goonting and Mr Dil Devaser exemplify its profound impact, transitioning from volunteers to influential leaders. Their story showcases collaboration, resilience, and adaptability.

#Heartwork: Ms Ng Shou Jin

Shou Jin is the Volunteer Manager at New Hope Community Services and a NCSS Volunteer Management Champion. She used to be a secondary school teacher before embarking on her journey as a dedicated Volunteer Management Practitioner (VMP) in the social service sector.

#HeartWork: Mr Cheong Jun Jie

“We can do more good if we come together” is a motto that Mr Cheong Jun Jie goes by for the past few years.

#HeartWork: Mr Gene Teo

Mr Gene Teo embarked on a remarkable journey of volunteerism when he was recruited from the National Council of Social Service's (NCSS) monthly volunteer recruitment drive in 1998. Little did he know that this decision would lead to a lifelong commitment to serving the community.