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Interview with Mr Michael Nonis, resident of Braddell Heights Zone B RC
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Why Volunteer

Be a PA Grassroots Volunteer

PA grassroots volunteers are like you and I - people who want to make a difference in the community and contribute to the lives of the people around us. A PA volunteer brings people together through encouraging community involvement, raising awareness about community issues, explaining government policies and gathering feedback, as well as helping those in need.

An important role played by PA volunteers is to build strong community ties within Singapore 's multi-racial community. You may offer your services depending on your interest. There is a wide variety of programmes you can organise, ranging from educational and enrichment courses, parties, outings and tours, arts performances to sports and adventure programmes. Through volunteering residents of all races, ages, and social background are brought together in promotion of harmony and national resilience.

When you join us as a volunteer, you not only contribute to your community but also become part of a strong network of friends and neighbours who help each other in times of need, and who enrich the lives of others.

Volunteer, Play Your Part

Whether you are 15 or 50 years old, you can make a difference in your community. The PA network of grassroots organisations offers varied volunteering opportunities to suit your interests and strengths.

Volunteering with the Grassroots Organisations

  • Promote neighbourliness and community bonding

  • Connect with people to forge multi-racial harmony and social cohesion, and inculcate a sense of belonging among Singaporeans

  • Be the bridge between the Government and the people by providing feedback and helping to explain and implement government policies

  • Help address local issues and render social assistance to needy Singaporeans

  • Help instil a sense of social responsibility among Singaporeans

Grassroots leaders are volunteers who have contributed to community work and have being nominated to office positions. Every GRO contains a list of office positions as follows:

  • Chairman
  • Vice Chairman
  • Secretary
  • Assistant Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Assistant Treasurer
  • Auditor
  • Assistant Auditor
  • Executive Members
  • Associate Members

Each GRO typically conducts a monthly or bi-monthly meeting to plan and organize activities for the community.

Flowchart for a volunteer to become nominated as a grassroots leader

Attend GRO meeting

Have a question to asked?

You may refer to our FAQ for GRL.pdf or approach one of our Community LEAD Champions of the grassroots organizations you are interested in. To join simply fill in the volunteer registration form & submit to your RC or CC.
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