Tag: consultancy

Fueling Good

Emmaus-in-a-Minute

Reading Time: 1 minute Imagine with us… We tried our hand at animation to explain what Emmaus does. So here’s Emmaus-in-a-minute 😁 More than just an imagination; we strongly believe this vision of thriving lives, organizations and communities can be a reality. Start a “fuel good” conversation with us to explore how we can, together, help people, organizations and…
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Let the Investigation Begin!

Reading Time: 2 minutes It looks like a scene from a pre-operation police briefing, but it is actually us facilitating an Impact Assessment workshop with Filos Community Service’s Elderly Service. We are indeed starting an in-depth investigation into the impact volunteers and volunteer programmes make. Following the launch of our Volunteer Partnerships Impact Assessment Toolkit, we are glad to…
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Launch of Volunteer Partnerships Impact Assessment (VPIA) Toolkit

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is here! We have spent months developing Singapore’s first-ever toolkit to measure the impact of volunteer programmes. Having been a volunteer manager myself, I have come to see the multi-faceted value that volunteer programmes bring to service users, organizations and staff, other volunteers and the community. But I also realised how it often seems…
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The 5Fs of Volunteer Care

Reading Time: 2 minutes Our team is indeed privileged to be given the opportunity to co-organize the Volunteer Care Day for volunteers from Pentecost Methodist Church. Each year, more than 100 volunteers from the church are deployed to work with charities to bless the needy and underprivileged. These volunteers serve as befrienders and tutors as they visit needy families…
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It Takes the Whole Village

Reading Time: 2 minutes We are honoured to have been able to be a part of an organization-wide volunteer partnerships workshop for Filos Community Services this week. Though only for a day, we are glad to have been able to cover the key principles of strategic volunteer partnerships with all the staff. It is indeed heartening to see everyone in…
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