In light of COVID-19, ADA has ceased and/or postponed all non-essential volunteer events. While ADA will accept sign-ups for new volunteers, volunteers will be placed on a waitlist for future deployment. The care, safety, and health of all our persons with dementia, caregivers, volunteers, partner organisations and staff are of utmost importance. Please refer to our advisory page for official updates regarding COVID-19.
Where feasible, virtual volunteering may be carried out for event-based/ad-hoc volunteering. We are grateful to our ADA friends who have helped to ensure that we can continue our work during this period. Check out ADA’s Facebook page to see how some recent volunteer engagements have shifted online.
During these unprecedented times, we hope to ensure that people living with dementia are keeping active and engaged while staying home, and that our caregivers are receiving as much support as possible.
If your organisation is keen to come onboard and volunteer, refer here for more information.
If you would like to volunteer, find out how you can contribute here.
Volunteer Programme Guidelines
We seek to inspire volunteers through a vibrant and trusted partnership to build a dementia-inclusive society. In the best interests of our clients, volunteers shall observe the expected conduct, and carry out their duties responsibly and competently. Please read the Volunteer Programme Guidelines. We seek your cooperation in adhering to the Guidelines, so that volunteering at ADA may be a meaningful and fulfilling experience for all.